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Charles Schwab Corp (SCHW.N)

SCHW.N on New York Stock Exchange

33.14USD
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$-1.06 (-3.10%)
Prev Close
$34.20
Open
$33.58
Day's High
$33.97
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$33.02
Volume
1,701,994
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2,224,322
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$51.64
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$28.00

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Fri, Jun 5 2020

Deals of the day-Mergers and acquisitions

June 4 The following bids, mergers, acquisitions and disposals were reported by 2000 GMT on Thursday:

Charles Schwab gets U.S. DOJ approval for TD Ameritrade buy

Charles Schwab Corp said on Thursday it has received antitrust approval from the U.S. Department of Justice for its purchase of TD Ameritrade Holding Corp .

UPDATE 1-Charles Schwab gets U.S. DOJ approval for TD Ameritrade buy

June 4 Charles Schwab Corp said on Thursday it has received antitrust approval from the U.S. Department of Justice for its purchase of TD Ameritrade Holding Corp.

Charles Schwab gets DOJ approval to buy TD Ameritrade

June 4 Charles Schwab Corp said on Thursday it has received anti-trust approval from the Department of Justice for its purchase of TD Ameritrade Holding Corp .

BRIEF-Schwab Announces Closing Of The DOJ Investigation Into Acquisition Of TD Ameritrade

* SCHWAB ANNOUNCES CLOSING OF THE DOJ INVESTIGATION INTO ACQUISITION OF TD AMERITRADE

Charles Schwab reports strongest start to year as coronavirus fears grow

March 13 Charles Schwab reported the strongest start to a year with $45.3 billion in fresh assets under management during the first two months of 2020, driven by heightened volatility faced by equity markets amid the coronavirus outbreak.

Schwab tells employees to self-quarantine after visiting China, South Korea

NEW YORK Brokerage giant Charles Schwab Corp has asked employees who recently traveled to China or South Korea to remain at home for the next two weeks.

UPDATE 1-Schwab tells employees to self-quarantine after visiting China, South Korea

NEW YORK, Feb 28 Brokerage giant Charles Schwab Corp has asked employees who recently traveled to China or South Korea to remain at home for the next two weeks.

Schwab tells employees to self-quarantine after visiting China, South Korea

NEW YORK, Feb 28 Brokerage giant Charles Schwab Corp has asked employees who recently traveled to China or South Korea to remain at home for the next two weeks.

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