In 'What's Ahead on Wall Street' for Tuesday, April 26, it'll be hectic, with earnings from a variety of companies, including technology and telecommunications.
In 'What's Ahead on Wall Street' for Tuesday April 26, investors will be watching for quarterly results from several tech and telecom firms.
Wall Street started out the week in the red, holding onto modest losses through to the end of the session.
Bernie Sanders is fanning the flames of a labor dispute at Verizon that the company says could impact its earnings.
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Wall Street had more than enough to digest on Thursday after an avalanche of earnings reports from industry titans ranging from GM to American Express.
The Hennessy Japan Fund (HJPNX) is up 8% this year, even though the appreciating yen has caused the Nikkei 225 Index to drop more than 8%.
The Hennessy Japan Fund is up eight percent so far in 2016, even though the appreciating yen has caused the Nikkei 225 Index to drop over eight percent.
Despite a slightly disappointing quarter and a high-profile strike, the telecom company is still a good bet, according to Jim Cramer.
Jim Cramer says shares of Verizon are probably going to drop, but that's not a red flag for the telecom giant.
Shares down 13% today after earnings announcement.
Among the big companies turning in their quarterly financial report cards today are General Motors, Verizon, Starbucks, and Southwest Airlines.
Qualcomm is making progress on new licensing agreements and resolving disputes but may need to do more.
Has Qualcomm been able to reverse the damage of competition and lost business?
Concern may be growing on Wall Street about Dish Network eating into AT&T’s DirectTV business. But here's why Jim Cramer says AT&T is faring just fine.
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