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Companies that marked turnarounds -- for better or worse -- last week.
The Dow Jones Industrial Average ended the week near records following a rally in banking and energy stocks earlier in the week.
These three retailers released a mixed bag of operating results. Which are the best buys now?
The Dow Jones Industrial Average saw a record close, though just barely as a tech selloff pressured the broader market.
The Dow Jones Industrial Average scored a new record close on Thursday as another rally in the banking and energy sectors offset weakness in tech.
The Dow Jones Industrial Average remains above its record close on Thursday, though barely as a tech selloff pressures the broader market.
The Dow Jones Industrial Average trades above its record close on Thursday as a banking rally and another surge in crude prices benefits the blue-chip index.
Stock futures are mixed Thursday as investors hold out for a rush of manufacturing data before Friday's nonfarm payrolls report.
U.S. stock futures turn lower Thursday as oil prices stabilize after soaring during the previous session following OPEC's agreement to cut output; U.S. automakers release November sales.
Oil surges 7% on renewed optimism that OPEC could reach a deal to cut oil production; U.S. stock futures rise; Carrier to keep 1,000 jobs in Indiana.
On Wednesday, November 30, investors await quarterly results from retail giant PVH Corp. and inflation data
The U.S. labor market is back in the spotlight in the coming week with the nonfarm payrolls report on tap for a Friday morning release.
Retail stocks are soaring in anticipation of a robust holiday season, but excessive optimism now makes the hottest retailers risky.
Guess? (GES) stock was falling Tuesday after Abercrombie & Fitch's (ANF) 2016 second quarter earnings report revealed tepid sales.
Gold and mining stocks are heavily represented on the bear side.
Stocks closed the week with losses after Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen made the case for a near-term hike.
The anticipation for Friday's speech from Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen left investors hesitant on Thursday.
Stocks break into the red by mid-afternoon Thursday after a choppy morning as Federal Reserve members head to Jackson Hole, Wyo., for their closely watched summer summit.
Guess shares were higher Thursday after the company easily beat second-quarter profit forecasts but missed sales estimates.
Stocks turned higher by late morning as Federal Reserve members headed to Jackson Hole, Wyo., for their closely-watched summer summit.
Stocks fluctuate on Thursday morning as Federal Reserve members head to Jackson Hole, Wyo., for their closely watched summer summit.
Guess (GES) reported solid earnings for the 2017 fiscal second quarter after Thursday's closing bell.
Stock futures move lower on Thursday morning as monetary policy officials head to Jackson Hole, Wyo., for their two-day summer summit.
Guess? (GES) reported an earnings beat and a smaller-than-expected drop in same-store sales for the fiscal 2017 second quarter.
Avoid high-yielding stocks that pay dividends that are larger than what the company earns.
Pfizer buys antibiotics business from AstraZeneca; Tesla unveils Model S version that can go 300 miles on a single charge; U.S. stock futures rise slightly.
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