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As the Dow approaches the 22,000 mark, both the Dow Industrials and Dow Transports are poised for a pullback, according to technical strategist Katie Stockton.
After lagging the broader market for the bulk of this year, the Dow Jones transportation average has begun playing catch-up in recent weeks.
Jim Cramer prepared investors for slow growth days ahead in case Wall Street gets a rude awakening from the White House.
Stocks are still in the process of gaining back ground following the recent one-day sell-off. But a few positive days does not a comeback make.
Ralph Acampora, also known as the godfather of technical analysis, explains to CNBC why a pause in the rally is coming.
Avis shares fell on Tuesday following a report by Ally Financial that had bearish commentary on lease and used vehicle price declines.
Airline stocks tumbled Monday after carrier Delta Air Lines experienced a systems outage that grounded its domestic U.S. flights Sunday evening.
The outgoing CEO of Canadian Pacific Railway is teaming up with former Pershing Square partner Paul Hilal to look at CSX, The Wall Street Journal said.
The Dow Jones transportation average hit a new multiyear high dating back to March 2015 on Thursday.
Even with major indexes sitting near all-time highs, Paul Schatz, President of Heritage Capital, says this bull market is far from over.