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Workday and energy stocks Halliburton, Pioneer Natural Resources and RSP Permian have new handles in first-stage bases, which have a better chance of bigger gains.
The first week of fourth-quarter earnings releases from U.S. corporation is confirming what most investors had already suspected: a lower corporate tax rate is likely to boost profits and may even percolate ...
So what happened to the stock market during the government shutdown in 2013? Are there any technical signs now to think that something similar will occur or will the market just ignore it?
President Trump remains in regular contact so far on Saturday with congressional Republicans, including several conversations with Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell and a discussion with House Speaker ...
A financial analytics firm calculates that bearish Tesla speculators have a mark-to-market loss around $1.1 billion this year so far.
The iPhone maker will likely have $44 billion left over from its repatriation bonanza, once debts, promises and investments are taken into account. The big question is: What will the company known for ...
International Business Machines Corp. will be challenged in the short term to stabilize its margins as it shifts to software and services and meet its somewhat disappointing outlook amid a higher tax rate ...
Ford to report fourth-quarter results after the bell Wednesday amid stock weakness and weak guidance.
General Electric shares extend slide to more than 6-year low, and to a price that is less than 1/20th the highest priced Dow industrials stock, which increases the risk that GE’s 110-year streak as a Dow ...
After a year of political spectacle, it’s doubtful a government shutdown will be enough to divert investors from the economic and earnings tidings that have occupied Wall Street’s minds of late.
The federal government partially shut down for the first time since 2013 early Saturday, after a House-passed bill failed to garner enough votes to clear the Senate amid a bruising battle over immigration ...
Don Taylor of the $19.4 billion Franklin Rising Dividends Fund seeks companies with especially strong businesses.
The S&P 500 initially fell during the week, but turned around to form a bit of a hammer. The hammer sits just below the 2800 level, so I think if we can break above the top of this hammer, it will show a need to explode to the upside. You could in fact be a bit of a “blow off top.”
New York hedge fund Soroban Capital Partners plans to shrink its main fund by $1.5 billion, becoming the latest in a string of managers to return some client money as stock markets have rallied.
The S&P 500 rose to a fresh record as investors focused on corporate earnings and largely brushed off the threat of a U.S. government shutdown.
What do you do with a problem like Boeing? Yes, it’s strange to call a stock like Boeing (BA) a problem. It gained 89% last year, making it the top performer in the Dow Jones Industrial Average, outpacing more popular names like Apple (AAPL) and Microsoft (MSFT).
Barron’s: So, Jeffrey, how does the world beyond equities look? Jeffrey Gundlach: We take the 50,000-foot view. One of our higher-conviction ideas is that the dollar will have another big move down. We ...
More than most sectors, utility stocks have felt the sting of rising interest rates. While the Standard & Poor’s 500 is up nearly 5% this year, the utilities in the index are down 4.5%, besting only the real estate group, which has lost 5%. The table below tracks the price of the Utilities Select Sector SPDR exchange-traded fund (XLU) against the 10-Year Treasury bond’s yield, which hit 2.6% late last week for the first time in nearly a year.