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U.S. stock futures are falling Tuesday as the Federal Reserve kicks off a two-day meeting at which it's expected to raise interest rates.
The week ending March 8 saw a net $2.7 billion come out of high yield mutual and exchange traded funds.
On Tuesday, March 14, investors await quarterly results from HD Supply.
TheStreet's Action Alerts PLUS Portfolio Manager Jim Cramer is keeping an eye on quarterly results from HD Supply Holdings released on Tuesday before the markets open.
Wall Street has slowly grown accustomed to the likelihood of three rates hikes this year. A hint of any more than that could cause market waves.
This economy is finally strong enough that a rate hike is natural and necessary, says Jim Cramer.
RBC's Deane Dray says a Trump Bump resets the economic expansion clock and outlines the 'safe havens' he sees in the multi-industry sector.
The S&P 500 and Dow Jones Industrial Average trade at session highs early Wednesday afternoon as a broad rally overshadows a slump in health care stocks.
The S&P 500 reverses an earlier loss to post small gains, trading at a new intraday record, thanks to broad gains across all sectors save for health care.
Here are Wednesday's top research calls, including upgrades for Best Buy, Marathon Petroleum and 3M, and downgrades for Humana and Kellogg.
Wall Street is looking at a quieter coming week with just a trickle of economic data to analyze before the Federal Reserve meeting on Dec. 13-14.
In a record year for acquisitions, 18 companies from across the spectrum were singled out by M&A professionals for doing deals that got results.
Biotech's uncertain, but semiconductors are a bright spot in this market, Jim Cramer says.
From politics and oil to Apple, there was no good news for the market, says Jim Cramer.
Insiders at these companies have been scooping up shares of their own stocks lately.
Shares of HD Supply were lower Tuesday after the stock was downgraded to SECTOR PERFORM from OUTPERFORM at RBC Capital Markets.
Stocks move slightly higher Tuesday as nerves peak over how the Federal Reserve and the Bank of Japan will vote in their separate two-day meetings.
Stocks hold modest gains as voting members of the Federal Open Market Committee convenes for their widely anticipated meeting.
Stocks are higher Tuesday as Federal Open Market Committee members convene for their widely anticipated meeting.
HD Supply (HDS) stock's rating was reduced to 'sector perform' at RBC Capital Markets on Tuesday.
Here are Tuesday's top research calls, including upgrades for Wells Fargo and Sarepta, and downgrades for HD Supply and JD.com.