Fluor Corporation News
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A look at previous declines for the Dow shows today's losses are barely a blip on the radar, says Jim Cramer.
Fluor Falls on Restated 2019 Earnings, Pulled 2020 Guidance
Fluor falls after restating its 2019 earnings and pulling its previously issued 2020 guidance following an internal accounting review sparked by an SEC probe.
Dark Before the Dawn: Cramer's 'Mad Money' Recap (Tuesday 4/7/20)
Jim Cramer likes baseball and has no doubt we'll beat COVID-19, but he's realistic and sees a U-shaped recovery.
Fluor Shares Tumble After Disclosure of SEC Accounting Probe
Fluor shares are tumbling after the engineering company disclosed an SEC probe into its accounting and financial reporting.
Fluor Cuts Dividend in Half, Will Raise $1 Billion from Asset Sales
Fluor, following a strategic review, will sell its government and equipment businesses.
Fluor Drops Sharply as Engineering Company Posts Second-Quarter Loss
Fluor has undertaken a complete review of operations. It withdrew earnings guidance for 2019.
Fluor Plummets After Reporting First-Quarter Loss, CEO Steps Down
Fluor plummets after posting a first-quarter adjusted loss of 14 cents a share, widely missing Wall Street expectations that called for profit of 52 cents.
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Video: Jim Cramer Reacts to the Slump in Fluor Shares
TheStreet's founder and Action Alerts PLUS Portfolio Manager Jim Cramer is keeping an eye on shares of Fluor Corporation, which moved sharply lower Friday after reporting a quarterly loss for its most recent quarter.
Gas Prices Fall Below $4 A Gallon For the First Time Since March Amid Global Crude Market Declines
Gas prices extended their run of declines to 52 days overnight, falling below $4 a gallon for the first time since early March.
Disney Stock Soars As Streaming Total Tops Netflix, Price Hikes Unveiled For Disney+ and Hulu
"We believe we have plenty of room on price value," Disney CEO Bob Chapek said of the group's streaming price hikes. "And we do not believe that there's going to be any meaningful on our churn as a result."