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Jim Cramer says investors are frustrated and confused by this market action. He reviews some of the craziness and explains why it's really reasonable.
Third-quarter earnings from highly cyclical companies provide a bad portent.
Stocks finish higher Wednesday as the Dow Jones Industrial Average got a boost from Boeing and Caterpillar, while Texas Instruments' earnings miss pulls down the chip sector.
Few things can cause people to pull money out of the stock market than what seems like irrational actions that actually make sense.
I do think those watching for where we are in the cycle should be paying close attention this earnings season.
Boeing shares were rising despite reporting a more than 40% decline in year over year profits.
The big issue for U.S. stocks is Caterpillar's unfortunate quarter. Here's why that scares the broader market.
Sell Boeing on strength to monthly and semiannual pivots at $363.47 and $374.35, respectively. Given all the uncertainties, do not buy the stock unless it declines to its annual value level at $302.60.
Jim Cramer has some thoughts on Boeing and Caterpillar's earnings and the CEO shakeups at ServiceNow, Under Armour, and Nike.
Boeing posted weaker-than-expected third quarter earnings Wednesday, but said it still expects the troubled 737 MAX aircraft to receive approval from at least one major regulator before the end of the year.
The Defense Department's potential $10 billion award for their cloud computing contract is a never ending saga with Microsoft and Amazon as finalists.
CHICAGO, Oct. 23, 2019 /PRNewswire/ -- Continue to engage global regulators and customers on safe return to service of the 737 MAX Revenue of $20.
U.S. stock futures are mixed Wednesday and the global chip sector slumps following a revenue warning from Texas Instruments; Boeing, Caterpillar, Microsoft and Tesla to report earnings; Boeing's head of commercial airlines will leave the aerospace giant amid the 737 MAX crisis; Nike CEO Mark Parker to step down.
Boeing's McAllister is leaving the aerospace giant as the crisis around the grounded 737 MAX jetliner continues to grow.
Vishwa Uddanwadiker named Boeing's interim CIO
S&P affirmed the Chicago aerospace giant's A credit rating, but lowered its outlook to negative from stable amid the controversy surrounding the grounded 737 MAX.
The two ultra long-range and exclusive jets are valued at $564 million according to list prices
Global stocks edged higher Tuesday, helping lift Wall Street futures into the green, as investors focused on a wave of corporate earnings on both sides of the Atlantic that temporarily snuffed out optimistic signals from both sides of the U.S.-China trade dispute.
There is a chance that Presidents Trump and Xi sign something when they meet up at the APEC summit this November in Santiago, Chile.
The majority of the S&P 500 stocks will report in the next two weeks. Focus on individual stock picking, but keep stops tight.
Stocks trended steadily higher as the focus remained on stock picking and earnings, rather than big picture worries like China, the economy, politics and the Fed.
CHICAGO, Oct. 21, 2019 /PRNewswire/ -- Boeing [NYSE: BA] President and Chief Executive Officer Dennis Muilenburg reports that the board of directors today declared a regular quarterly dividend of two dollars and five and one-half cents ($2.
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Stocks finished higher Monday, bolstered by potential progress in the U.S.-China trade war and optimism about upcoming earnings reports.
S&P 500 buybacks were down 18% in the second quarter according to a Goldman Sachs note.
It's all because some stocks are more powerful than others and the aberrations are to the downside. Not the upside.
There are myriad concerns across the energy complex, the most prevalent one centered around declining global growth reducing the demand for energy.
At least two firms downgraded their ratings and lowered their price targets in light of recent revelations about the Chicago aerospace giant's grounded 737 MAX jetliner.
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