|Day Low/High||25.52 / 25.80|
|52 Wk Low/High||25.26 / 32.38|
Jim Cramer says some old-line companies are surprising us with good news, and their revival is what's behind a lot of these rallies.
It was a mixed start to the week.
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Stocks are mostly lower.
Stocks moved lower as the bulls sat in wait of a wave of critical earnings later this week.
'We expect cash flow to continue to improve throughout the year,' CEO tells investors.
Earnings help boost markets as D.C. isn't counted on for much of anything. Portfolio action (it was a busy week) includes a new position and a downgrade.
After ripping higher earlier in the week, stocks went into consolidation mode Friday.
Disappointing guidance from General Electric and a slump in crude oil prices dragged Wall Street from recent records.
TheStreet's Action Alerts PLUS Portfolio Manager Jim Cramer weighs in on Friday's trending stocks.
GE likely had a tough quarter.
A disappointing outlook from General Electric Co. was the biggest drag on the Dow Jones Industrial Average.
Cash flow from operating activities is improving, but the quality of the earnings wasn't great; we await what will unfold under the new CEO.
GE's cash flows are positive.
Stock futures are lower.
U.S. stock futures declined on Friday, July 21, following earnings and sales from General Electric Co.
Analysts say GE's next CEO, John Flannery, has the opportunity to not only reset the earnings bar, but also retune the culture.
U.S. stock futures point to losses for Wall Street on Friday.