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How to look at defence contractors in light of global geopolitical tensions and economic realities.
Wall Street slumps as worries rise over the U.S.'s role in the Syrian conflict and a disappointing jobs number for March.
The United States government's missile strikes in Syria shook investors for a second, but they're not running for the hills just yet.
Stocks add to gains on Friday as oil and energy names distract from worries over the U.S.'s role in the Syrian conflict.
A big miss on the U.S. jobs number for March and U.S. military intervention in the Syrian Civil War keep investors busy to end the week.
First Quarter 2017 financial results, webcast and conference call scheduled for Wednesday, April 26, 2017
The Trump administration's call for a $54 billion boost to defense spending might be a money-making opportunity for investors.
The stock looks to move still higher; here is our strategy to go long.
I believe this president goes full Trumpian tonight, in a style that he has made all his own.
The government contractor beat on earnings thanks to higher margins, a day after some of its defense rivals disappointed.
Northrop Grumman beat Wall Street earnings estimates in its fourth quarter, but the defense contractor expects 2017 earnings to be below analysts' estimates.
Northrop and Raytheon both lowered expectations for 2017, while Raytheon whiffed on fourth-quarter results, tempering enthusiasm from a solid L-3 Communications beat.
The yield on the 10-year Treasury bond walks a fine line between pleasure and pain.
This is a good way to make some lunch money, and keep your face from being ripped off.
Donald Trump is now in the White House. Here are some ideas on how to play it.
Here are Thursday's top research calls, including upgrades for Bank of America, Merck and Morgan Stanley, and a downgrade for Valero.
Fourth Quarter and 2016 financial results, webcast and conference call scheduled for Thursday, Jan. 26, 2017
A new report this month on global military spending shows that these companies are solid growth bets in the uncertain year ahead. These are the top five.
After years of budget cuts and sequestration, the spending spigot is ready to open. The scramble to capitalize will include consolidation, but no megadeals.
Defense and infrastructure spending is likely to be on the rise in 2017, and defense stocks General Dynamics, Lockheed Martin and Northrop Grumman could benefit.