Cuttone's Keith Bliss remains neutral on housing due to the mixed messages the data is sending.
Tiffany delivers a sparkling quarter, pushing the stock higher. Men's Wearhouse offers to buy Jos. A Bank, turning the tables on the retailer.
Twitter is filling up with reports of available Xbox One units on the shelf, but no PS4's in sight. Microsoft wins product launch battle.
The Iran nuclear deal may be pulling crude prices down, but Greywolf technician Mark Newton thinks its a good time to make an energy play.
Stocks are responding to the deal with Iran, as Orexigen clears safety hurdle for its obesity drug Contrave. Adam Feuerstein gives details.
Retailers are holding onto their PS'4's and Xbox One's until Black Friday - creating an unnecessary shopping frenzy.
Retailers are barely delivering earnings and if they do, they guide down for the next quarter. The economy doesn't match the stock market.
Evogene Chairman Martin Gerstel is confident about the company's Monsanto ties. He says Evogene is more than seeds, its also biodiesel.
As the rally continues, ConvergEx Chief Strategist Nicholas Colas points out the lack of fear in investors.
The Vince IPO is hoping to be a hit on the stock runway, that is if investors look past the flaws in this company.