The new GDP numbers are strong, but Europe is too weak to fool with, and the Fed is still focused on labor market slack.
New home sales numbers disappoint, but they have a huge margin of error. If anything, they'll help stocks by keeping interest rates low.
Decade after IPO, Google has become everything investors thought it was -- and more
Retail sales in July were little changed, and Macy's reported a lower-than-expected profit, with Walmart and Nordstrom up next. But here's why retail figures should improve.
BofA's $17 billion deal on mortgage woes is good news. But investors should worry about weak loan growth and still-falling interest rate margins. Buy Wells Fargo instead, or other sectors.
The higher wages that might force an earlier move didn't show up in Friday's jobs report.
Unemployment may hit 5.5% by year's end. Look for stocks in consumer durables and home building, but don't expect much from stocks overall.
Outlook stays the same because the economy still has a backlog of weakness and some industries are still dead.
The U.S. economy had a much better second quarter, and July hiring was pretty good. But the impact of the long slump is still there. The Fed will stand pat.
Twitter's forecast is much higher than expected -- and it's investing to push sales even higher. Janet Yellen, this is why we value tech stocks so highly.