Stock futures move lower on Monday in the kickoff to week one of the Donald Trump administration.
The Houston-based oilfield services giant posted mixed quarterly results. Halliburton, however, warned of weakness in international markets.
But earnings looked OK.
CEOs of troubled companies tend to launch public tirades against the 'evil' shorts. The rants are often a smokescreen meant to divert investors' attention from problems.
Bristol-Myers Squibb stock has fallen by 35% in the last six months.
The ecommerce company's premium membership will drive its earnings further.
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The U.S.-built sedan is sturdy, very comfortable and the location of its assembly plant will please the new president.
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Remember that secondary indicators often flash premature buy/sell signals.
The company beat analysts' expectations for its first quarter and has wisely looked for ways to expand its reach beyond Apple, which generates 40% of its business.
The beaten-down, office supply chain must do a better job of luring small and mid-sized businesses as customers and converting store visits into sales.
The organic grocery chain is looking to ditch its reputation for being overpriced and attract more Millennials.
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The two Big Mac sizes will help the company compete with fast casual burger chains for the key demographic group's business.
President Trump is scheduled to meet with leaders of Canada and Mexico this week to discuss NAFTA and other trade issues.
American Airlines didn't respond quickly enough to its flight attendant uniform problem and didn't take it seriously enough, says flight attendant union president.
The market's intermediate and higher timeframe trends remain bullish.
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