|Day Low/High||295,405.00 / 301,200.00|
|52 Wk Low/High||279,410.00 / 335,900.00|
Global stocks traded lower across the board Thursday as investors reacted to a series of moves by President Donald Trump, including the blacklisting of China's Huawei Technologies from doing business with the United States, that underscored the breadth of his myriad trade disputes and their potential impact on the world's largest economy.
U.S. stock futures are rising slightly after Donald Trump blacklists China's Huawei Technologies from doing business with the United States; Cisco Systems rises after third-quarter earnings beat estimates and the company issues a strong revenue forecast; Walmart, Nvidia, Pinterest and Applied Materials report earnings Thursday.
The five biggest U.S. private-equity firms have raised almost $350 billion of 'dry powder' from pension funds, foreign governments and other institutional investors that must now be spent on everything from corporate acquisitions to business loans and real estate. The problem is, the assets have gotten too expensive.
With our trading restrictions cleared and consistent with our Four rating, we are closing out of APC with a gain.
It's the movement along the curve and the shifting of the curve that is most important when evaluating bonds.
Chevron will not increase its $50 billion takeover bid for independent drilling group Anadarko Petroleum, and will boost its share repurchase program instead as it collects a $1 billion break-up fee.
The U.S. unemployment rate is at 3.6%, its lowest since December 1969, but a scarcity of workers hasn't translated to a surge in consumer prices. Federal Reserve Chair Jerome Powell says rapid advances in technology might be one factor.
Reputations must be earned initially, but they often persist well beyond their 'sell by' dates.
TheStreet Quant Ratings provides fair and objective information to help you make educated investing decisions. We rate over 4,100 stocks daily and provide 5-page PDF reports for each stock. These ratings can change daily and today's changes are reflected in the email below. If you are looking to check-up on the stocks you currently own or are looking for new ideas, you can find our full database of password-protected ratings reports in our proprietary ratings screener: http://www.thestreet.com/k/qr/flat/stock-screener.html Upgrades: ALX, BRK.A, CLI, CUBI, ELP, KELYA, KELYB, PKOH Downgrades: CHEF, DPZ, GDS, HR, PLOW, SFIX Initiations: ADOM Read on to get TheStreet Quant Ratings' detailed report:
Anadarko Petroleum moved closer to sealing its planned takeover by Occidental Petroleum Tuesday after it agreed to sell some of its African assets to France's Total and board members approved the $38 billion bid over a rival approach from Chevron.
In an environment like this we like U.S. companies with largely domestic revenue exposure and staple-like or secular businesses.
These are the days when if you're brave you get a good price and begin the ride to greater riches.
We are not out of the woods because there are plenty of actions that can occur and can cause weakness.
Jim Cramer weighs in with his top takeaway from Berkshire Hathaway's annual investor meeting.
Jim Cramer's weighing in on what investors need to know about the trade talks, Berkshire Hathaway and Nvidia.
Jim Cramer has some thoughts about the trade talks, why Nvidia is Real Money's stock of the day and his takeaway from Berkshire Hathaway's investor meeting.
U.S. stock futures fall sharply after Donald Trump, in a surprise move, says tariffs on $200 billion worth of China-made goods would rise to 25% from 10% by Friday, just days after saying negotiations were 'going very well' between the world's two biggest economies; Occidental Petroleum revises its $57 billion offer to buy Anadarko Petroleum, adding more cash to its offer as it tries to push aside Chevron in a bidding war.
The Nasdaq hits a record close as lowest jobless rate in nearly 50 years helps put aside investors' concerns about U.S. economy's strength.
Berkshire Hathaway's Chairman Warren Buffett, joined by his side-kick Charles T. Munger, began their annual marathon-like shareholders meeting on Saturday morning, tackling a variety of topics during a question-and-answer session including about 5G technology, rail technology, and clean energy.
Berkshire Hathaway's first-quarter operating income rose to nearly $5.6 billion from last year's nearly $5.3 billion.
Warren Buffett believes precision railroading is proving profitable. Is BNSF a new test case?
Jim Cramer weighs in in on Berkshire's purchase of more Amazon shares, Tesla's plan to sell 3.1 million shares and Beyond Meat's hot IPO.
It's been no secret that Kraft Heinz is in credit trouble, but why don't we know the extent?
Warren Buffett has made some interesting investment decisions of late. Here's a preview of what to expect when he presents Saturday at Berkshire Hathaway's annual shareholders meeting.
Warren Buffett is rightly regarded as a genius investor, but traders shouldn't try to time his picks.
I salute Elon Musk for what he did. But Vicki Hollub? I am calling it ill-advised.
Buffett and Munger have some questions to answer, some situations to ponder, and probably a more concerned public than in the past to deal with.
From lollipops to locomotives, Warren Buffett's has a full buffet of topics to address Saturday.
Jim discusses why it is a 'suckers game' to chase Amazon on the Berkshire Hathaway news, he explains why we are not extrapolating Arista Network's issues to Cisco, and much more!
Sign up to get started or log in to see your watchlist.
Enter a symbol above to add it to your watchlist.
A confirmation email has been sent to the address provided during registration. Please click on the appropriate link to confirm your email address.