|Day Low/High||113.32 / 116.90|
|52 Wk Low/High||112.06 / 159.37|
3M, Caterpillar and Johnson & Johnson all face headwinds with a strong dollar.
Markets were whipsawed this week by trade-war jitters and the U.S yield-curve inversion.
An increase in Caterpillar's global sales is powered by a 9% jump in heavy equipment sales in North America and a 20% rise in Latin America, which offset a decline in China and in the Asia/Pacific region as a whole.
Stocks tumbled Monday as fears of a global recession from the U.S.-China trade war weighed on Wall Street and unrest in Hong Kong dented sentiment.
The Russell 2000, the Transports and the Bank Index haven’t gone anywhere for around nine months -- until this changes for the better, it’s unlikely the bulls can expect any sort of runaway train on the upside.
Here's how consumers could be impacted by the tariffs.
We are staying the course, using bouts of panic to buy up the stocks of high-quality companies on discounts.
Jim discusses Viacom, a Caterpillar downgrade from Goldman Sachs, and more!
Shares of Caterpillar are higher despite a Goldman Sachs downgrade.
We noted earlier that we would be looking for a move below the $120 level for a chance to reduce our basis.
Need an investing lesson? Take a look at Caterpillar.
While it is difficult to purchase stocks into this ugly decline, we've kept cash on the sidelines for opportunities like this.
We are taking a moment to provide price levels for nearly every position in the portfolio.
While the trade war is clearly intensifying, we are viewing the market through a buyers' lens, waiting for pullbacks that improve our basis.
President Trump tweets that the U.S. will put an additional 10% tariff on $300 billion of Chinese products and says figure could rise past 25%
Retail investors are sitting pretty after Trump enacted more tariffs. See their fancy footwork executed in July.
We think Burlington Stores and its off-price model should be able to navigate this tariff environment.
Jim Cramer talks about what investors need to do ahead of an expected rate cut and amid earnings and trade upheaval.
We can only hope that Fed Chairman Jay Powell is checking in with power companies and other industrials to see how tariffs are really decking parts of this country.
Earnings season has only just begun. Fortunately for you, Jim Cramer has a new scorecard for navigating earnings releases, and an acronym...or two.
Edward Jones' Investment Strategist says Q3 and Q4 earnings season will be solid but not spectacular. Here's why.
That's Better Than Feared vs. Worse Than Feared when it comes to these companies' latest reports on a big day for earnings.
And as the semiconductor sector continues to shine, Brooks Automation is a name to keep in mind.
Jim Cramer wrote about the importance of doing your investing homework and listening to the earnings call, and he weighs in on Boeing and Caterpllar's earnings.
Jim Cramer says the government, the Fed, and trade troubles are the wild cards for this market, despite new record highs.
Surging tech shares helped push the Nasdaq and the S&P 500 to record closing highs Wednesday, while the Dow fell on disappointing earnings results from Caterpillar and Boeing.
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