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New buyers are going to have to act now if they want to secure a home.
Even chatter of a Federal Reserve interest rate hike didn't push stocks down, Cramer says.
The magnificent technology rally is fueling the market.
U.S. stocks rocketed higher as the fears over rate hikes that have plagued Wall Street for nearly a week began to fade on Tuesday.
Toll Brothers (TOL) stock rallied on Tuesday because of the homebuilder’s better-than-expected quarterly results as well as strong growth in new home sales.
Who's afraid of the big, bad Fed? Not Wall Street. Not anymore.
Stocks rocket higher on Tuesday as the fears over rate hikes that have plagued Wall Street for nearly a week begin to fade.
Oil, takeovers, tech, new-home sales -- all that and more drive stocks higher.
The luxury home builder beat expectations, reassuring analysts that its California sales will pick up and that a rate hike would not have a huge impact on earnings going forward.
Toll Brothers had an amazing quarter and investors should not only think about the company as a suburban homebuilder, says Jim Cramer.
Stocks extend highs on Tuesday morning after new home sales crush estimates in April.
Trade-Ideas LLC identified Toll Brothers (TOL) as a strong on high relative volume candidate
Retail woes continue while home building boosts Toll Brothers.
Stock futures are higher on Tuesday morning even as more Federal Reserve members join the chorus of supporters for another rate hike sooner rather than later.
The luxury homebuilder reports earnings of 51 cents a share with sales in New York strong.
U.S. stock futures point higher on Tuesday, European stocks rise and Asian shares fall as chatter about a possible rate hike from the Federal Reserve next month intensifies.
Toll Brothers (TOL) stock is slumping Monday afternoon even though the company is expected to report year-over-year growth in profit and revenue.
Federal Reserve chatter in the coming week will be the focus as investors try to determine just how soon the next hike could come after December's initial liftoff.
It's another busy earnings week but all could be lost when the Federal Reserve's Janet Yellen speaks late in the week.
Toll Brothers (TOL) stock closed in the green on Friday before the company reports its 2016 fiscal second quarter results on Tuesday morning.
The news from the housing front is solid, but the Federal Reserve should still wait until it's sure about the economy's relative strength to raise short-term interest rates.
Homebuilder sentiment has stalled for four months now, as single-family housing starts remain below potential. Here’s how to trade five homebuilder stocks, including D.R. Horton and Lennar.
The 160,000-jobs gain pulls the economy no closer to full employment, keeps prospect of rate hikes on hold
Consumers did OK, and that's the key. Investment froze because the markets panicked, and are likely to recover as Wall Street calms down.
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