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A pair of contract manufacturers are upgraded on the theory that they'll see the recovery soon.
Technical patterns presaged what news from Iraq provided: higher prices.
Why are people so angry about how stocks like this act? The bears out there need to get real.
The company projects sales of $2.6 billion to $2.75 billion for the fourth quarter.
Until a clear earnings theme emerges, releases are likely to spark this type of action.
Hanging on the Cisco chief's words won't make you money. Spotting good action will.
The biggest losers are, for the most part, recent months' biggest winners.
One report suggests that plant-capacity levels this year could drop below already historic lows.
It could be headed for trouble. Plus, Andrx, General Dynamics and more.
The boxmaker puts a smiley face on its worsening situation and points to its supposedly bulging pockets.
The company still sees second-quarter revenue of $3.2 billion to $3.4 billion.
Cisco, Intel and Microsoft inch higher after the close.
When a renowned short is eyeing tech longs, they may be worth another look.
The company beats lowered estimates by a penny as profits and revenue fall from last year.
The Chartman also takes a look at Sun, Sanmina-SCI, the OSX and more.
The stock risks falling beneath its 52-week low following an S&P downgrade.
The contract manufacturer soars on an earnings beat and positive outlook.
Electronics contract manufacturers will get a good rap today, but it's not worth listening to.
Flextronics and Sanmina-SCI also gain ground.
Calpine is ticking higher in the late session. Sprint PCS falls.
As the bad times roll, investors stretch out protection for another month.
The Dow and the Nasdaq end above their worst levels of the session.
Encouraging reports from PC and service sectors have raised hopes for IBM's fourth-quarter report.
It remains to be seen if IBM's outsourcing is its first step out of the PC biz. Also, Nyfix and Tyco talk.
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