Of the 15 analysts who regularly cover Green Dot, three rate it a strong buy, two rate it as a buy and 12 suggest holding the stock. Piper Jaffray analysts Michael J. Grondahl and Dain A. Haukos, who are upbeat about the stock's potential, …
PASADENA, Calif.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--As required by the rules of the New York Stock Exchange, Green Dot …
Green Dot plans to sell 3.85 million shares of common stock, but all the shares being sold are being sold by certain stockholders. The company has thrown out a price range of $32.00 to $35.00 per share for its IPO price. That is rather …
Shares of Green Dot opened at $43.15, 19.9 percent above their initial public offering price on the New York Stock Exchange. Shares of Ameresco opened at $10.25, 2.5 percent above their IPO price, also on the New York Stock …
Green Dot Corp. (GDOT), a prepaid financial services company providing money management solutions, announced its initial public offering of 4.56 million shares of its Class A common stock at $36.00 per share. The Monrovia, California …
Sequoia has never sold a single share in Green Dot, before or after the IPO. So what’s that investment worth now? Roughly 35% of $2.1 billion in highly liquid public company common stock. By my count that’s about $700,000,000 in gain from …
Green Dot shares once traded for more than $60, but the stock tumbled in 2011 and 2012 and since then shares have generally traded in the $15-to-$25 range. They closed up 71 cents, or 3.3%, to $22.39 on Wednesday. Harvest this …
BANGALORE, Aug 12 (Reuters) - Prepaid debit card company Green Dot Corp (GDOT.N), which debuted trading on the New York Stock Exchange last month, reported a higher quarterly profit as the company increased the number of its …
July 27 (Reuters) - Green Dot Corp (GDOT.N), which issues prepaid cards, lost more than half its market value as shares plunged to a life-low on Friday after it cut its ... we expect the stock to be in the penalty box for some time,” John Kraft, D.
Green Dot’s stock has fallen 28 percent in the last six months as large financial companies such as American Express and JPMorgan (JPM.N) have entered the fast-growing prepaid card market. The company’s shares were up 10 percent …