Stocks surged on the FOMC minutes Wednesday but there are technical signs that might not be enough.
Pepsico earnings face headwinds on the strong dollar and weakening demand for sugary drinks.
Alcoa has been on a roll since being booted from the Dow Jones Industrial Average, but daily and weekly charts say the uptrend is ending.
Shares of Costco Wholesale are poised for an all-time high -- or the beginning of a correction -- after its quarterly results come out early Wednesday.
Yum! Brands reports quarterly results after the closing bell, and the key will be product sales by KFC in China.
Shares of Chevron and Exxon Mobil have followed the price of crude oil lower, giving both stocks significant upside as the two companies prepare to report earnings.
These momentum stocks set all-time highs in 2014, but here's why challenging upcoming earnings reports may mean these shares have already peaked.
Avago, Intel, Lam Research, Micron and Skyworks have outperformed, but today’s close for the semiconductor index will warn of a slowdown in demand.
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Now's the time to sell into strength, as the consumer staples sector shows a 'double top,' McCormick reports earnings and General Mills announces job cuts.