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Signs the second quarter measurably improved upon a dismal first quarter kept hopes high on Wall Street this week.
Warren Buffett's highest-yielding stock, GM, posted stellar second-quarter results and is showing significant growth.
Following its earnings report, this is a nice situation to sell a GM put spread.
The Dow Jones Industrial Average's record-breaking seven-day streak came to a quiet end on Thursday as a mix of earnings came in weaker than expected.
Stocks are at session lows by mid-afternoon Thursday as a flood of mixed earnings keeps investors busy.
GM (GM) stock is advancing today on positive fiscal 2016 second quarter results, despite a possible recall of 4.3 million vehicles for potentially defective air bags.
The ride-sharing fleets of Teslas promised by Elon Musk might not themselves be large enough to take down Uber and Lyft. But other automakers can also join the fray.
Southwest Airlines falls after a computer glitch causes the company to cancel hundreds of flights.
Bloomberg's Matt Miller joined Bloomberg TV's 'Bloomberg Markets' to comment and react to the second quarter earnings report form General Motors (GM).
The automaker beat on profit and revenue and raised guidance for the full year. Results like this will go a long way toward winning over what remains a skeptical market.
The automaker says the price will go up in time, implying that it included performance-based incentives and retention bonuses for key employees.
Quarterly reports continued to come in at breakneck speed with some of the key highlights including American Express, eBay, General Motors, Southwest Airlines, and Biogen.
Stocks remain narrowly mixed on Thursday as earnings take focus and U.S. existing home sales reach their best level in more than nine years.
Jim Cramer was pleased with General Motors' second quarter earnings report.
Analysts at Citi said investors don’t perceive General Motors (GM) properly.
U.S. stocks were mixed on Thursday, following the European Central Bank's decision to keep key interest rates unchanged.
General Motors (GM) CFO Chuck Stevens discussed the company's 2016 Q2 earnings beat with CNBC's Phil LeBeau this morning.
The Tesla CEO outlines an ambitious agenda for his company's future. As appealing as it sounds, executing on the plan involves significant financial risk.
Elon Musk envisions a future for Tesla beyond electric cars. Japan's Komatsu is buying mining-equipment company Joy Global for $2.89 billion.
Stock futures are narrowly mixed on Thursday with investors looking to consolidate some gains after the Dow Jones Industrial Average's record-breaking run.
General Motors crushed Wall Street earnings estimates before the opening bell.
The automaker also raises full-year guidance as the strong U.S. consumer should offset potential European weakness.
Trade-Ideas LLC identified General Motors (GM) as a pre-market leader candidate
On Thursday, July 21, investors will get a slew of corporate earnings and the European Central Bank's July policy meeting.
TheStreet highlights 3 stocks pushing the consumer goods sector higher today.
If GM posts a positive earnings report on Thursday, then its April high looks in range again.