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Stronger holiday-season demand lifts Avis and fuels hope the beleaguered business of renting cars might just be turning a corner.
Netflix Inc.’s high-yield bonds ticked up Thursday, after S&P Global Ratings revised its outlook on the company’s rating, citing a stronger-than-expected operating performance in 2017.
Billionaire investor Warren Buffett took a victory lap Saturday after easily winning a famous 10-year, $1 million bet that a passively managed index fund could beat the returns on a selection of hedge ...
Gold just had its worst week in over two months, but one technician says the precious metal is headed for a breakout.
Thank you, President Trump? Warren Buffet says Berkshire Hathaway's 23% gain in book value is mostly due to the new tax code.
It’s been rough patch for stocks with the Dow and the S&P 500 at risk of posting their first monthly loss in a year as investors fret about accelerating inflation and a spike in bond yields. But most Wall ...
Salesforce, Palo Alto Networks, Workday and Splunk are top-rated software stocks that held up in the correction and rallied to new highs. All have earnings due.
The Standard & Poor’s 500 index rose 43 points, or 1.6%, in the session to end the week at 2,747, while the Nasdaq Composite was up 1.8% to 7,337. Equity investors lately have focused on the bond market and the upward move in the 10-year Treasury note yield toward 3%. General Electric (GE), the subject of a negative Barron’s cover story last week (“General Electric’s Dim Prospects,” Feb. 17), was the focus of subsequent investor attention as the company’s chief financial officer, Jamie Miller, appeared at two investment conferences and said the company has no plans to raise equity.
Review | Follow Up | Dates to Watch For | U.S. Economic Calendar | Consensus Estimates | Coming Earnings | Coming U.S. Auctions | With 90% of companies in the Standard & Poor’s 500 index having reported fourth-quarter results, it’s safe to call it a banner earnings season. Some 77% of those companies reported profits ahead of Wall Street expectations, according to Thomson Reuters I/B/E/S, with 15% coming in below estimates. Corporate America likes to manage expectations, so earnings generally come in ahead of estimates, but this quarter stands out.