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- ALLY's 30 day story count now stands at 40.
- Over the past 28 days, ALLY's stories per day has been in a clear downtrend, falling by about 0.19 per day.
- The most mentioned tickers in articles about ALLY are TD, LI and EM.
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Ally Financial Inc., along with officials from NASCAR, today announced a league-wide sponsorship, expanding the brand's presence in the sport, having Ally Bank become the Official Consumer Bank of NASCAR and NASCAR-owned tracks. The multiyear deal is in addition to Ally's existing full-season relationship with Hendrick Motorsports and will also focus on continuing to bring unique and engaging experiences to fans, while advancing inclusivity in racing.
Ally Financial (NYSE: ALLY) had an excellent month as its stock price surged 32.9% in January, according to S&P Global Market Intelligence. The stock price is currently up about 43% year to date after a difficult 2022 when it fell almost 47%. Ally Financial, the online bank and leading auto lender, saw its stock price surge after the release of its fourth-quarter earnings.
The 22 Fund Announces Multi-Million Dollar Investments from Ally Financial and 4S Bay to Create Sustainable High-Tech U.S. Manufacturing Jobs
The 22 Fund (The 22), a Los Angeles-based impact, early-growth venture fund, today announced multi-million dollar investments from Ally Financial Inc. (Ally) and family office 4S Bay to support The 22's mission to address needs of diverse entrepreneurs often overlooked by traditional investors. Ally committed up to $10 million in equity investment. 4S Bay committed $1.5 million.
Delinquencies are rising, in some cases surpassing prepandemic levels, prompting banks to add to their rainy-day funds.
If you're Warren Buffett, you won't have to use your imagination. Here's how much income you could make investing $10,000 in each of Buffett's top five dividend stocks. Let me first define how I identified Buffett's top five dividend stocks.
The stock market is off to a decent start in 2023, with the S&P 500 up by about 4% with about a week left in January -- not a stellar performance but a welcome change from last year. Block (NYSE: SQ), formerly known as Square, dramatically underperformed the market in 2022, for a few reasons. There are also credit risk fears surrounding the (expensive) Afterpay acquisition, as well as the cooling off in Bitcoin prices, both significant revenue drivers for Cash App.
In recognition of automotive industry champions who possess a relentless commitment to their communities, Ally Financial (NYSE: ALLY) and TIME announced Gary Rome, owner of Gary Rome Hyundai in Holyoke, Mass., as the 2023 TIME Dealer of the Year at the 106th National Automotive Dealers Association (NADA) show in Dallas.
Berkshire Hathaway CEO Warren Buffett is widely considered one of the best stock pickers of all time, and for good reason. Here are three top Buffett stocks that could make you richer in 2023 and beyond. Ally Financial (NYSE: ALLY) is an automotive-oriented online bank.
Berkshire Hathaway (NYSE: BRK.A)(NYSE: BRK.B), the large conglomerate run by legendary investor Warren Buffett, opened a new stake in the large digital consumer bank Ally Financial (NYSE: ALLY) in the first quarter of 2022. Berkshire then followed that up with an even larger purchase of Ally in the second quarter of 2022. Ally has been a hotly debated stock, with many concerned about how its retail auto loan portfolio might perform as used car prices start to normalize after exploding due to the chip shortage caused by the pandemic.