U.S. Stocks Open Lower as Oil Resumes Its Relentless Slide
U.S. stocks opened lower as the International Energy Agency warned worldwide demand for oil is slowing.
Oil Prices Fall Again Ahead of OPEC Monthly Report on Oil Production
The oil slump continues this morning.
Stocks Get Sector Boost
Stocks close higher as surging financial, health care and tech proxies rise before more earnings. Gregg Greenberg looks at the day in The Real Story.
After Exxon and XTO, What's Next?
Exxon's surprise acquisition of XTO Energy is widely expected to set off a wave of mergers and acquisitions in the energy sector. So which independent company do you think will be the next one tapped by the energy giants?
Dividend.com: Clorox Cleans Up
Revenue jumps 43% for the bleach maker.
Tesla Stock Higher As Elon Musk Sells $6.9 Billion Shares, Citing Twitter Deal
"In the (hopefully unlikely) event that Twitter forces this deal to close *and* some equity partners don’t come through, it is important to avoid an emergency sale of Tesla stock," Musk said.
Apple Stock Edges Higher Despite Cautious Smartphone Outlook From Supplier Foxconn
Foxconn, Apple's main iPhone assembler, forecast muted smartphone revenues for its September quarter amid waning global demand.
Disney Earnings Preview: Disney+ Steaming Growth In Focus After Netflix Stumble
Disney needs to add more than 9 million streaming users each quarter in order to meet its September 2024 goal of between 230 million and 260 million global subscribers.
Walmart Builds on Its Biggest Edge Over Amazon
Retailing giant Walmart wants to ensure its customers can get what they're looking for, however they want to buy it.