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Argus reiterated a BUY rating on Lowe's Companies Inc. (NYSE: LOW), while raising the target price to $122 from $120. On August 21, Lowe’s reported earnings of $2.15 per share, which topped our estimate of $2.03. The company saw positive comparable sales in 9 of 13 product categories, with above-average performance in paint, appliances, decor, tools and hardware, and outdoor living.
Today, the S&P; 500 Index opened 0.5% lower amid reports that China would impose tariffs on $75 billion of US goods—intensifying the US-China trade war.
The Dow Jones fell for a fourth week as the China trade war escalates, despite a dovish Fed chief Powell. Target, Home Depot, Salesforce rose on earnings.
As bond yields slip, we searched using the Zacks Stock Screener for large-cap technology firms that also pay a dividend. Here are 3 of the strong tech stocks that came through our screen this morning...
Member of the Procter & gamble executive leadership team saw compensation rise significantly along with improved performance by the company and its stock.
If both phases of the project are constructed, the distribution center would be large enough to accommodate 24 football fields.
President Donald Trump said on Friday he was ordering U.S. companies to look at ways to close their operations in China and make more of their products in the United States instead, sending U.S. markets down sharply in a new rhetorical strike at Beijing as trade tensions mounted. Trump cannot legally compel U.S. companies to abandon China immediately.
Faurecia, the world's largest provider of vehicle interiors, built a new plant in Blue Springs that is now operational.
Harley-Davidson's (HOG) 2020 model lineup including LiveWire, Low Rider S and CVO Tri Glide is in sync with the "More Roads to Harley-Davidson" growth plan.
China said on Friday it will impose retaliatory tariffs against about $75 billion worth of U.S. goods, putting as much as an extra 10% on top of existing rates in the dispute between the world's top two economies. The latest salvo from China comes after the United States unveiled tariffs on an additional $300 billion worth of Chinese goods, including consumer electronics, scheduled to go into effect in two stages on Sept. 1 and Dec. 15. China will impose additional tariffs of 5% or 10% on a total of 5,078 products originating from the United States including agricultural products such as soybeans, crude oil and small aircraft.
The move seems to be a major step in a synchronized attack on this perennial problem, as the Congress and the FCC have also embarked on decisive actions to curb unsolicited calls.
The turbulence created by a slowing economy and inversion in yield curve has forced investors to look for safe stocks. These five stocks are sure winners.
Bright prospects in chicken and export markets along with contributions from the Tyler plant are likely to aid Sanderson Farms' (SAFM) Q3 results. However, high costs are a concern.
Amazon has put tremendous pressure on traditional brick-and-mortar names and more recently, the trade war has become a headwind. But these names are posting robust growth and proving they can adapt.
Ulta Beauty's (ULTA) Q2 performance is expected to gain from comps growth, supported by strong merchandising, marketing and omnichannel efforts.
Soft U.S. sales may hurt Campbell's (CPB) fourth-quarter fiscal 2019 results. However, the company's focus on the snacks category and cost-saving efforts bode well.
Verizon is one of the biggest users and consumers of real estate, and Holland & Knight has one of the largest real estate practices in the country.
On Friday, China announced that it would impose retaliatory tariffs on $75 billion of U.S. goods. Meanwhile, Charles O'Shea, Moody's retail analyst, thinks major retailers like Walmart, Target, Amazon, Costco and Amazon are actually 'best positioned' to brace the impact of those tariffs. He joins Yahoo Finance's The First Trade to discuss.