|Day Low/High||132.22 / 133.50|
|52 Wk Low/High||72.00 / 122.20|
At least key support levels are holding up ... for now.
We have only had three days with action of any significance since mid-July and in each case there was a reversal the next day.
Bondholders don't have the upside shareholders might get if the Time Warner deal works out.
This is new doctrine having to do with innovation and the stifling of innovation to create new products.
AT&T's stunning $85 billion deal to acquire Time Warner could set off countermoves from the country's biggest technology companies. Here's what's at stake.
Know which stocks are interest-rate sensitive and which don't care, says Jim Cramer.
Even good news flow isn't creating enough buying to produce a decent trend.
Stocks closed with gains on Monday as T-Mobile led the Nasdaq amid better-than-expected earnings, while B/E Aerospace soared following announcement of its acquisition by Rockwell Collins.
Jeff Bewkes, Time Warner's top-notch CEO, has had to wait years for investors to see the tremendous value of his work.
Stocks stay in the green Monday as M&A and earnings reports lead the market higher, while manufacturing orders rise.
Rather than a few good performances, there have been strong beats across the board.
The digital advertising world is dominated by Facebook & Alphabet. When Alphabet reports third-quarter results, investors will be looking to see which side is winning the fight.
A good illustration of why the market's been stuck in a trading range.
AT&T's Randall Stephenson and Time Warner's Jeff Bewkes showed they had at least one thing in common: frustration with an industry more interested in protection than innovation.
These other deals make a lot more sense than T-TWX.
Jim Cramer says to sell both AT&T and Time Warner shares on their deal announcement.
I remain woefully underinvested, but what I do have is working.
News of big combinations will get the week off to a good start, but whether they'll propel the market out of its trading range is another story.
Regulatory issues will weigh on this deal, because of populist politics.
Domino's Pizza destroyed McDonald's in the U.S. during the third quarter.
Stock picking is a dying business, according to data in The Wall Street Journal. But demand for stock picks is not going away.
Flood of earnings, data and reports restrains the market, with no help from Wednesday's debate. We added to one of our portfolio positions.
The internet saw a wide scale attack levied at a number of different companies on Friday. Is more to come?
Faecbook (FB) co-founder Dustin Moskovitz spoke on the importance of cybersecurity at his company Asana, after online attacks affected sites like Amazon.com (AMZN) and Twitter (TWTR) Friday morning.