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The Federal Reserve, American Express, and eBay will be the big stories on Wednesday as tax reform continues to dominate the Washington-related headlines.
Netflix, Morgan Stanley, Goldman Sachs and Boeing are the stocks we're watching today
U.S. stock futures on Wednesday point to a modest gain at the open, putting the Dow industrials on course to rise above 23,000 one day after they briefly traded above that big round number for the first ...
The Dow looks march past the 23,000 milestone, and stay past that mark, as IBM sees a big bump following quarterly results.
Micron Technology Inc. said Wednesday it is planning to retire $2.25 billion of debt. The chip maker said it will redeem all $1.25 billion of its outstanding 7.5% notes due 2023, as well as $1 billion ...
There are a few surprises in reviewing the disclosed equity portfolio of ExxonMobil Investment Management. The ExxonMobil (XOM) unit invests in public equity markets in the U.S. on behalf of insurance-company accounts related to employee benefit plans, pension and profit-sharing plans, and pooled investment vehicles, according to S&P Capital IQ. The most interesting thing about its holdings may be that the most valuable individual investment is in Apple (AAPL), which was valued at $145.4 million as of Sept. 30.
After gaining for five consecutive trading weeks, the S&P 500 started this week on a stronger note. The S&P 500 rose to record high price levels on Monday.
IBM Corp. somehow managed to maintain its rock-bottom effective tax rate and enjoyed an earnings beat and stock gains Tuesday afternoon thanks to a continuing ability to avoid taxes.
As third-quarter earnings season unfolds, a sneak peek into three industrial stocks Dover Corporation (DOV), Sonoco Products Company (SON) and MSA Safety Incorporated (MSA) that will report on Oct 19.
The U.S. stock market plunged into a bear market in a single day on October 19, 1987. Here’s how some analysts, traders and strategists remember that moment.
The stock market of 2017 is very different than the market of 1987, when a historic one-day collapse occurred, and one of the biggest changes is the now-ubiquitous presence of ETFs.
E-Trade found 31 percent of those 25 to 34 years old plan to move some cash savings into equities — a smart move, some financial experts say.
What's not to like about an economy with low inflation and growing above trend? Hence, it's not surprising the stock market continues to gain steam.
Several specialized ETFs, including a solar play and an emerging markets bond fund, are near buy points.
The Dow Jones Industrial Average was poised to open above 23,000 for the first time on Wednesday following a series of upbeat earnings reports from marquee companies. * Solid earnings so far, strong economic data and hopes that President Donald Trump may be able to make progress on tax cuts have helped the market rally this year. * IBM, a Dow component, jumped 4.6 percent in premarket hours, after its quarterly revenue beat estimates and the company hinted at sales growth after nearly six years of declines.
SuperValu Inc. reported a net loss of $25.0 million, or 65 cents per share, down from $31.0 million, or 81 cents per share, for the same period last year. Adjusted EPS was 46 cents, beating the 36-cents ...