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Discussing the winners and losers at the closing bell with Rob Cox, global editor at Reuters Breaking Views, and John Blank, Zachs Investment Research chief equity strategist.
Investors may not care so much if GE can beat earnings expectations, since it usually does. The real question is whether new CEO John Flannery’s first quarterly report can finally get the stock to rally....
U.S. stock futures seesaw on Tuesday, with traders hesitant to push markets further into record territory ahead of the next wave of key earnings, including those from banking majors Morgan Stanley and ...
The markets rose to new highs today ahead of earnings from Morgan Stanley (MS), Goldman Sachs (GS) and Johnson & Johnson (JNJ) tomorrow morning as oil prices rose. WTI Crude futures gained 0.82% to $51.87.Goldman Sachs climbed 1.6% to $242.41, Morgan Stanley rallied 1.3% to $48.94, and Johnson & Johnson declined 0.2% to $136.12. The fact that the market is hitting new highs has convinced some that the market is in a bubble--and that the Fed has caused it.
Apple gains offset weakness in the healthcare sector. Small increases for benchmark indexes were enough to lead them to new closing records.
Treasury yields rose on Monday after Federal Reserve Chairwoman Janet Yellen left open the possibility of another interest-rate increase this year
U.S. equities mostly moved higher on Monday following in the wake of the S&P 500’s fifth consecutive weekly rise. In the end, the Dow Jones Industrial Average gained 0.4%, the S&P 500 gained 0.2%, the Nasdaq Composite gained 0.3% and the Russell 2000 was unchanged.
President Trump’s executive order on healthcare, the Iran nuclear agreement, and news about North Korea preparing for a launch ahead of US–South Korea military exercises failed to trigger higher volatility....
It has been three decades since the most disastrous single day in U.S. stock market history, and investors can be forgiven for wondering if Wall Street learned its lesson.
JPMorgan Chase & Co. (JPM) beat earnings expectations and led the Dow Jones Industrial Average to another record high today as corporate earnings take center stage. The Dow is closing in on the 23,000-mark as it continues its record streak. Chase, which significant operations in the Phoenix market and is building a new operations campus in Tempe, posted earnings of $1.76 per share beating analysts expectation by 11 cents, according to the Seeking Alpha investment website.
U.S. stocks close higher Monday, with all three major indexes logging another round of records, as investors looked ahead to key corporate earnings reports that could set the tone for trading and determine ...
A resurgence in the so-called Trump trade has investors once again contemplating a fresh milestone for the Dow Jones Industrial Average.
Major U.S. stock indexes rose to record high closes on Monday as financial shares recovered from last week's losses and higher oil prices lifted energy shares. The Dow Jones Industrial Average rose 85.3 ...
U.S. stocks ended with modest gains on Monday, as major indexes eked out closing records as investors looked ahead to the release of major corporate earnings expected to show strong fundamentals. The Dow ...
Schlumberger (SLB) announced that on October 5, 2017, it received an engineering, procurement, and construction (or EPC) contract from Reliance Industries in India.
The Dow Jones Industrial Average is on the verge of crossing 23000 for the first time ever. A stack of earnings reports this week could get it there.
Ex-hurricane Ophelia was churning over Ireland on Monday morning, causing much of the country to go on lockdown against life-threatening weather conditions.
Sears stock sinks toward an 8-month low after the CIO of the retailer’s second-biggest shareholder steps down from the board of directors.
How quiet is this stock market? By at least one measure, the S&P 500 is on pace to register is lengthiest period of quiescence in more than two decades.