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New family economy

New family economy

3.47k followers14 symbols Watchlist by Yahoo Finance

This basket consists of stocks with companies that benefit from new families.

Curated by Yahoo Finance


Last year, births in the US were up for the first time in seven years, and the fast-growing demographic of millennials are starting to get to the age where they’re thinking of starting a family. The companies on this watchlist provide services and products that a growing family needs, such as cars, nappies and home goods.

How did we choose these stocks?

Each of these stocks was chosen by the Yahoo Finance editorial staff.

Who made these selections?

Yahoo Finance is the most-read business website in the US, garnering roughly 75 million unique visitors every month. The site has extensive coverage of the markets, travel, technology and general business.

How are these weighted?

The stocks in this watchlist are weighted equally.


WatchlistChange today1-month return1-year returnTotal return
New family economy-0.26%+10.30%-18.52%-3.63%

14 symbols

SymbolCompany nameLast priceChange% changeMarket timeVolumeAvg vol (3-month)Market cap
PGThe Procter & Gamble Company145.86-0.48-0.33%4:01 pm GMT-46.65M5.53M343.78B
HDThe Home Depot, Inc.302.16-1.33-0.44%4:00 pm GMT-43.50M2.92M302.18B
COSTCostco Wholesale Corporation564.96-3.67-0.65%4:00 pm GMT-41.80M1.64M250.16B
VZVerizon Communications Inc.32.41-0.14-0.43%4:00 pm GMT-419.70M25.13M136.25B
LOWLowe's Companies, Inc.207.84+0.06+0.03%4:01 pm GMT-41.70M2.47M119.95B
FFord Motor Company12.42-0.14-1.11%4:00 pm GMT-462.28M49.76M49.71B
GMGeneral Motors Company32.97-0.19-0.57%4:00 pm GMT-413.58M12.59M45.36B
GISGeneral Mills, Inc.63.99-0.12-0.19%4:00 pm GMT-45.31M3.95M37.20B
WSMWilliams-Sonoma, Inc.155.4+0.99+0.64%4:00 pm GMT-41.12M1.16M9.97B
TPXTempur Sealy International, Inc.43.34+0.50+1.17%4:00 pm GMT-41.40M1.69M7.46B
NWLNewell Brands Inc.9.03+0.33+3.79%4:00 pm GMT-45.14M6.97M3.74B
KBHKB Home46.28-0.44-0.94%4:00 pm GMT-4798.05k1.44M3.73B
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