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U.S. stock futures are rising on Friday, as Wall Street awaits a second day of earnings reports from a number of big U.S. banks and data on consumer inflation.
Ever walk up to a hornet's nest with a badminton racket in one hand, and a wiffle ball bat in the other?
Stock futures are lower on Thursday, Oct. 12, retreating from records set a day earlier as big banks kick off the third-quarter earnings season.
Questions over the inflation outlook and what it means for future rate hikes kept the Federal Reserve split at its September meeting. Even so, stocks still marched to new records on Wednesday, Oct. 11.
Wall Street keeps small gains after Fed members call for "patience" in hiking rates.
The most recent short interest data has been released for the 09/29/2017 settlement date, and we here at Dividend Channel like to sift through this fresh data and order the underlying components of the S&P 500 by "days to cover." There are a number of ways to look at short data, for example the total number of shares short; but one metric that we find particularly useful is the "days to cover" metric because it considers both the total shares short and the average daily volume of shares typically traded. The number of shares short is then compared to the average daily volume, in order to calculate the total number of trading days it would take to close out all of the open short positions if every share traded represented a short position being closed.
Stocks hover around the flatline on Wednesday, as investors look toward minutes from the Federal Reserve to be released during the afternoon.
Harris Williams & Co., a preeminent middle market investment bank focused on the advisory needs of clients worldwide for more than 25 years, announces that it advised Cotton Holdings, Inc.
Stock futures edge lower on Wednesday, as investors look toward minutes from the Federal Reserve this afternoon.
The Dow sees more records as Walmart sparks rally in retail and consumer names.
Stocks move higher on Tuesday, looking to reverse the previous session's losses as investors look toward the kickoff to the earnings season at the end of the week.
Stocks futures move higher on Tuesday, looking to reverse the previous session's losses as investors look toward the kickoff to the earnings season at the end of the week.
Losses on Wall Street escalated as the afternoon wore on with investors given no motivation to keep record gains going.
Harris Williams & Co., a preeminent middle market investment bank focused on the advisory needs of clients worldwide for more than 25 years, releases proprietary M&A research conducted as part of an...
Stocks are leashed close to the flatline on Monday, Oct. 9, with investors having little reason to extend a record run that stretched through most of last week.
Stocks fail to hold earlier gains on Monday.
Stock futures set up Wall Street to start the week in the green on Monday, putting benchmark indexes on track to trade near records again.
President Trump's feud with Sen. Bob Corker could make tax reform less likely. But, the stock market doesn't seem to care for now.
The earnings season is upon us yet again with the big banks set to kick off the reporting period at week's end.
September jobs will be tricky to read thanks to Hurricanes Irma and Harvey. However, a good report could spur another rally in the bank stocks if higher interest rates are anticipated.
Out outlook for NVDA and PEP, and an update on recent bullpen candidates.
Jim Cramer is bullish on Johnson & Johnson, Adient, Hawaiian Holdings, and Henry Schein.
Laurent Potdevin, CEO of Lululemon Athletica, tells Jim Cramer his company has retained control of its brand and every aspect of its 421 outlets around the globe.
Mark McLaughlin, chairman and CEO of Palo Alto Networks, tells Jim Cramer about the evolution of cybersecurity.
Jim Cramer explains what makes for a good rally and how gains for financials signal economic health.
Plus our thoughts on the GOP tax proposal.
PNC and JP Morgan both have good stories and great potential as interest rates continue to rise.
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