Rob Lenihan

Freelance writer Rob Lenihan is a former staff reporter and editor of TheStreet, CNN and other media, as well as a former Web editor for Goldman Sachs.

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Dow Posts Solid Gains as Wall Street Trims Last Week's Losses

Dow Posts Solid Gains as Wall Street Trims Last Week's Losses

Stocks are rising Monday as Treasury bond yields rise and U.S. President Donald Trump says the U.S. and China are 'talking.'

Sina Rises After Second-Quarter Earnings Beat Forecasts

Sina Rises After Second-Quarter Earnings Beat Forecasts

SINA is rising after the Chinese online media company beats Wall Street's second-quarter earnings and revenue expectations.

Stocks End Higher as Bond Easing Tempers Recession Fears

Stocks End Higher as Bond Easing Tempers Recession Fears

Stocks finished higher Friday as easing bond prices sent investors back to the markets in search of bargains to close out a wild week.

Southwest Airlines Rises on Upgrade to Outperform

Southwest Airlines Rises on Upgrade to Outperform

Southwest Airlines shares are higher Friday after Wolfe Research upgrades the passenger airline's stock to outperform from peer perform.

Walmart Climbs on Analysts' Price-Target Increases

Walmart Climbs on Analysts' Price-Target Increases

The stock of the world's biggest retailer is advancing. Several analysts increased their price targets after the company beat Wall Street's second-quarter-earnings expectations.

Dow Ends Modestly Higher on Strong Walmart Earnings, Retail Sales Report

Dow Ends Modestly Higher on Strong Walmart Earnings, Retail Sales Report

Stocks end mixed Thursday as strong Walmart earnings and a positive retail sales report beat back trade uncertainty and worries about falling bond rates.

Cloud Security Company Cloudflare Files for IPO

Cloud Security Company Cloudflare Files for IPO

Cloud-security company Cloudflare files to go public.

NetApp Advances on Improved Adjusted First-Quarter Results, Outlook

NetApp Advances on Improved Adjusted First-Quarter Results, Outlook

Data-storage company is `disappointed' with first-quarter top line but confident of broader strategy.

Dow Closes Down 800 Points as Yield-Curve Inversion Sparks Recession Fear

Dow Closes Down 800 Points as Yield-Curve Inversion Sparks Recession Fear

Stocks finished sharply down Wednesday as weak economic data from China, GDP contraction in Germany, and the first inverted U.S. yield curve in more than 12 years stoked fears of a global recession.

Myriad Genetics Sinks on Fourth-Quarter Earnings and Revenue Miss

Myriad Genetics Sinks on Fourth-Quarter Earnings and Revenue Miss

Myriad Genetics tumbles after missing Wall Street's fiscal fourth-quarter earnings and revenue expectations.