|Day Low/High||85.09 / 88.74|
|52 Wk Low/High||74.95 / 105.51|
Intel's and Yahoo!'s earnings beats pushed tech stocks higher Wednesday.
Oneok Partners and Sotheby's top this week's list of the highest-rated companies.
There are hurdles to clear before the broad market can lift higher in a stable uptrend.
Manitowoc, Lincoln Electric and Movado top this week's ranking.
Cramer says no to Rio Tinto, and the only mining company he'll sanction here is Companhia Vale do Rio.
The company appoints R. Adam Norwitt as president and COO effective January 1.
Dan Fitzpatrick reports on Google, and Scott Rothbort details the five worst-run companies.
Beyond the Apples and HPs are mid-cap techs such as Amphenol and Trimble Navigation.
Shares tumble after earnings fall well short of estimates and an options review finds deficiencies.
Wednesday's low volume was a hopeful sign in an otherwise dismal day.
The Arms Index points to a market in which investors still have to get more bearish.
The indices are bumping against critical resistance and could still reverse on a moment's notice.
Drexler glides to a 12% gain after Homeland Security jams through a green card order.
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