Emerson Electric May See Further Weakness Ahead

Emerson Electric May See Further Weakness Ahead

Trade deal or no trade deal, the charts of Emerson Electric are not encouraging for its shares.

2 Midcaps to Watch Should Pfizer-Array Deal Spark M&A Fever in Biotech Land

2 Midcaps to Watch Should Pfizer-Array Deal Spark M&A Fever in Biotech Land

These two firms have successful drugs and could make nice additions for larger companies.

Barnes & Noble Shares Off; Fourth-Quarter Loss Narrows on Lower Sales

Barnes & Noble Shares Off; Fourth-Quarter Loss Narrows on Lower Sales

The New York bookseller, which has agreed to be acquired by a hedge fund, reports a narrower fourth-quarter loss on lower sales.

Adobe: The Poster Child for the Subscription Economy

Adobe: The Poster Child for the Subscription Economy

Adobe is Real Money's Stock of the Day. The computer software company released earnings yesterday and beat on the top and bottom line, but lowered guidance estimates. With shares moving higher this morning Real Money Reporter Kevin Curran breaks down what investors need to know.

Adobe Tops Q2 Earnings Forecasts as Cloud Focus Drives Digital Media Sales

Adobe Tops Q2 Earnings Forecasts as Cloud Focus Drives Digital Media Sales

Adobe Systems shares traded higher Wednesday after the cloud computing and software group posted stronger-than-expected second quarter earnings and boosted its near-term profit outlook following a partnership agreement with Microsoft.

Southwest Tweaks Q2 Profit Outlook, Says Removing 737 MAX Jets Until September

Southwest Tweaks Q2 Profit Outlook, Says Removing 737 MAX Jets Until September

Southwest Airlines shares edged higher Wednesday after the carrier boosted the lower end of its second-quarter profit forecast but noted that all 34 of its Boeing 737 MAX jets will remain grounded until at least September.

Union Pacific Looks Like It Is Making a Turn Lower

Union Pacific Looks Like It Is Making a Turn Lower

UNP is up 20% for the year despite the economic jiggles.

Winnebago Falls on Third-Quarter Revenue Miss

Winnebago Falls on Third-Quarter Revenue Miss

Shares of Winnebago Industries slip as falling sales cause the recreational vehicle maker to miss Wall Street's third-quarter revenue expectations.

Apple Asks iPhone Assemblers to Study Shifting Production Out of China - Report

Apple Asks iPhone Assemblers to Study Shifting Production Out of China - Report

Apple is asking key iPhone assemblers to study moving some of their production facilities out of China, according to a Wednesday report from the Nikkei Asian Review, regardless of whether Washington and Beijing reach a trade pact in the coming months.

Those High 'VAP' Levels Are Turning From Resistance to Support

Those High 'VAP' Levels Are Turning From Resistance to Support

All of the indices are now in near-term uptrends, except the Dow Jones Transports, which is neutral.