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Home Depot Is Showing Some Weakness in the Charts and Indicators

Home Depot Is Showing Some Weakness in the Charts and Indicators

Let's see how the charts and indicators are shaping up ahead of earnings.

This Dividend Contender Will Smell Good Even When Times Are Bad

This Dividend Contender Will Smell Good Even When Times Are Bad

No matter what the economic cycle, people continue to eat, drink, snack, bathe, and clean their homes -- all activities that benefit International Flavors & Fragrances.

Newell Brands Posts Profit Slump but Beats Wall Street Expectations

Newell Brands Posts Profit Slump but Beats Wall Street Expectations

Newell Brands raises its sales guidance for the year.

Fitbit Traders Throw Fit Over Its Guidance While Newell Brands Beats Street

Fitbit Traders Throw Fit Over Its Guidance While Newell Brands Beats Street

Shares of Fitbit were hammered on Thursday after the smartwatch maker lowered expectations for the full year.

Lowe's to Cut and Then Outsource Thousands of Jobs: Report

Lowe's to Cut and Then Outsource Thousands of Jobs: Report

Action affects maintenance staff and assemblers, employees told the Wall Street Journal.

Charts Say No Soap to Buying Colgate-Palmolive Just Yet

Charts Say No Soap to Buying Colgate-Palmolive Just Yet

It would be best to see if shares of the consumer products giant can hold a key support level before pulling the trigger to buy them.

After Taking a Shave on Gillette Business, Tide Is Turning for P&G

After Taking a Shave on Gillette Business, Tide Is Turning for P&G

Despite getting hit by shrinking market for razors, Procter & Gamble saw organic sales that crushed expectations, even as it increased prices, thanks to health care, fabric and home care, and beauty businesses.

Procter & Gamble: The History Behind One of America's Oldest Companies

Procter & Gamble: The History Behind One of America's Oldest Companies

Procter & Gamble has been around for more than 180 years! But how did it get its start? Here's a video timeline of its biggest milestones.

The Fed Hasn't Even Cut Rates Yet but It's Already Heating Up Housing Market

The Fed Hasn't Even Cut Rates Yet but It's Already Heating Up Housing Market

The mere anticipation of an interest-rate cut next week by the Federal Reserve has helped to push down mortgage costs, and now signs are emerging that a flagging housing industry appears to have stabilized. It's a glimpse of what might come for the U.S. economy if the Fed proceeds as expected.

Bearish Bed Bath & Beyond Gets a Quantitative Downgrade

Bearish Bed Bath & Beyond Gets a Quantitative Downgrade

Don't expect an oversold bounce here.