A big leap came from a small beat with Yahoo! stock, IBM and Google sank after reporting numbers--but with the Nasdaq nearly hitting correction territory, OneStopOption Chief Market Strategist Alan Knuckman says U.S. investors should be looking to buy in at a discount.
Here's a highlight of General Electric earnings, as well as IBM and Google results before the bell.
After a freefall, Nasdaq looks to regain its footing Wednesday, April 16, with a boost from Yahoo!, which reported stronger earnings on Alibaba's growth.
Last week, a lawsuit was launched to disrupt the Maker Studios-Disney deal that was valued at nearly $1 billion. Now, Relativity Media, backed by Ron Burkle, is set to upend the deal, as he attempts to swipe the online video content network away from Disney. Elsewhere, major corporate players have already backed M A candidates. Given the way Disney's attempt to control more of the web is playing out, we may see deals in the space sooner rather than later.
Jeff Bezos wasn't stopping at Fire TV: Amazon is taking aim at the handset business after making plans to take on the cable industry.
After Thursday afternoon's market tumble, Jim Cramer is looking for ways to buy on the dips. He's got his eye on potential steel plays after a beat earlier this week.
Alan Knuckman says there's 'More'-mentum for the stock market after a disappointing week for the Nasdaq.
Jim Cramer is loading up his cart with Whole Foods stock--he says the time has come for investors to jump on the bandwagon.
Jim Cramer has one pharma stock he's ready to buy more of, with big drugs on the way and double-digit earnings growth projections.
Alcoa and WD-40 will kick off this year's earnings after the bell today, with growth on investors' minds. Can Alcoa top its big start to '14?