The financial services company was strong going into the pandemic, but some of its businesses look risky right now. What can we expect?
News & Analysis: Synchrony Financial
There's still tremendous uncertainty in these three companies, but they could be home runs for patient investors.
Investors were relieved to see modest writedown charges in the fiscal first quarter.
As some states begin to reopen their economies, these two stocks could be good long-term buys.
The retail store credit card specialist will again distribute a payout of $0.22 per share.
This financial stock has been beaten down but could be a great long-term buy.
SYF earnings call for the period ending December 31, 2019.
Increased provisioning and the loss of a big client last year dinged both revenue and profitability.
The stock market has rebounded, but these two stocks are still remarkably cheap.
The market's panic over coronavirus fears has put some remarkably solid companies on sale. That sale may not last long.