|Day Low/High||9.62 / 10.27|
|52 Wk Low/High||5.96 / 9.46|
A sales miss fueled a big selloff on Friday. But much of the shortfall was due to one-time issues.
Stocks turn mixed in final hour. Crude comes off highs.
Stocks trade mixed as crude oil rises after falling earlier in the session.
Stocks turn higher as crude oil rises after falling earlier in the session.
The Canadian mobile communications company's enterprise orders shrank over 14% from the last quarter.
Futures mixed as crude oil levels off.
It's Russell Reconstitution. The newly reconstituted indexes take effect after the close on Friday, June 23.
U.S. stock futures turn lower on Friday, European stocks fal and Asian shares finish the session mixed as investors digest an assortment of global data and oil prices stabilize.
Friday earnings: BlackBerry and The Finish Line.
Maybe you should take a pass on BlackBerry.
These heavily shorted stocks could squeeze the bears if they report bullish earnings this week.
This thing changed the tech landscape.
The messenger app was originally scheduled to stop working on the BB10 device at the end of last year.
Central bank members need to justify their glass-half-full mentality.
Amazon wants to entertain and clothe -- and now feed -- every American. Cramer names the winners and the losers in this deal.
In order to outperform you have to avoid the big losses that occur when selling accelerates.
Here comes the iCar, perhaps.
Jim Cramer is bullish on Valvoline, Constellation Brands, General Dynamics, and Analog Devices.
Jim Cramer says the story is less about Comey vs. Trump than it is about Nvidia vs. Nordstrom.
Slowness and a lack of volatility aren't creating much interest in many individual stocks.
BlackBerry is downplaying the impact of the shift.
The price action is far more important than the news.
Citron also has a positive outlook on BlackBerry as it feels the company has the potential to be a key member of the Internet of Things market.
But I don't have a lot of confidence in this market beyond the intraday action.
The S&P 500 was down 0.06% and the Nasdaq fell 0.1%, ending lower for the first time in eight sessions. The Dow Jones Industrial Average dropped 0.2%.
Here's what traders are saying.