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These stocks are ready to pop.
The tool maker beat on share earnings but missed revenue estimate.
The yield on the 10-year Treasury bond walks a fine line between pleasure and pain.
The Dow closes above 20,000 for the first time ever and U.S. stock futures are indicating the index will get off to a strong start on Thursday.
The struggling retailer is in big trouble, says Fitch Ratings.
The bank's mortgage production pipeline plunges in the fourth quarter.
The deal is unusual because Stanley will lease the brand back to Sears and two different versions of the Craftsman brand will compete against each other.
The company has picked a good time to snap up the iconic Craftsman brand, which controls more than a quarter of the hand-tools market in the U.S.
Stocks move mostly lower on Thursday as disappointing holiday sales crush retail names.
Traders watching Friday to see how many jobs the economy added in December should stop and take a quick count of the ones recently shed.
U.S. stocks sink into the red on Thursday as disappointing holiday sales tank retail names.
Stocks sink into the red on Thursday morning as disappointing holiday sales tank retail names.
Sears should have gotten more for its iconic tool brand.
Stock futures move slightly lower on Thursday morning after the latest data shows private sector jobs increase in December, though not as fast as expected.
This toolmaker may not be a "sexy" stock, but the 150-plus year old company is in the midst of a transformation.
As the U.S. Dollar looks poised to continue strengthening in 2017, some American industrial companies could see additional currency risks.
Newell Brands on Monday said it would buy food storage container maker Sistema Plastics and candle company Smith Mountain Industries for $470 million and $100 million, respectively.
Here's a window into what institutional investors may be doing and how to profit from that.
A series of questions denigrated an amazing company.
Experts say unflattering comparisons of deal values this year versus last year distort the longer term constructive trends.
The companies made some provisions for antitrust risk but don't see much risk from competition enforcers.
Stanley Black & Decker (SWK) is reportedly working with Goldman to sell its locks segment.
The storied toolmaker brought the hammer down on a deal that should drive revenue and earnings for years. Now is the time to buy its stock.
Shares of the household hardware provider were rising on news of a $1.95 billion acquisition.
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