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KeyCorp operates as bank holding company. The company operates through the following two segments: Key Community Bank and Key Corporate Bank. Read More The Key Community Bank segment serves individuals and small to mid-sized businesses by offering a variety of deposit, investment, lending, and home equity, credit card and personalized wealth management products and business advisory services. The Key Corporate Bank segment focuses on serving the needs of middle market clients in six industry sectors: consumer, energy, healthcare, industrial, public sector and real estate. Key Corporate Bank focuses on serving the needs of middle market clients in seven industry sectors: consumer, energy, healthcare, industrial, public sector, real estate, and technology, which delivers a broad product suite of banking and capital markets products to its clients, including syndicated finance, debt and equity capital markets, commercial payments, equipment finance, commercial mortgage banking, derivatives, foreign exchange, financial advisory, and public finance. The company was founded in 1958 and is headquartered in Cleveland, OH.
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KeyCorp is in the banking industry and is in the financial services sector. The company CEO is Beth E. Mooney. KeyCorp is present in the financial service domain. Its core revenue is derived from the provision of retail and commercial banking, investment management and consumer finance services. Previous Intraday Trading Performance: The KEY stock showed a previous change of -6.09% with an open at 15.77 and a close of 14.97. It reached an intraday high of 15.78 and a low of 14.90. CNBC: The stock market ...
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Recession fears have returned to Wall Street. The Dow dropped 460 points , or 1.8%, Friday on fears of an economic slowdown. The Nasdaq plunged 2.5%, while the S&P 500 lost 1.9%. It was the worst performance for all three major indexes since January 3. Investors were unnerved by a leading recession indicator flashing red. The yield on three-month US Treasuries rose above the rate of 10-year Treasuries for the first time since 2007. Slowdown jitters were amplified by weak manufacturing numbers in Germany. ...
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