|Day Low/High||14.23 / 14.84|
|52 Wk Low/High||5.16 / 23.46|
Jim Cramer breaks down the reasons why four companies are likely to surprise investors with positive earnings news on Tuesday.
Base metals are lower with copper trading down to its 50-day moving average in London.
President-elect Trump is more comfortable with risk than any bank executive.
Jim Cramer says an improving economy will help numerous industrial, consumer and energy stocks.
The EIA revised up its U.S. forecasts to 9mm barrels per day, and the Saudis announced cutbacks on sales to Asia.
Consumer confidence may be up, but for investors it's a different story.
Gold is trading an above-average 20-25 million oz. per day so far this week.
A trade war can be as significant to gold prices as one with real guns.
The Trump equity rally has given investors little reason to own portfolio protection.
Arconic shares were lower during the trading session on Thursday following the company's inaugural Investor Day since being spun off from Alcoa earlier this year.
The OPEC deal remains a hot topic. Gold hits its lowest level since February.
A 10% rise in U.S. copper demand can be offset by a 1% drop in Chinese copper demand.
ARNC still needs to prove itself so buying on strength is the way I would operate.
Patience is a virtue, especially with some of these names.
It should be funded by the trillions domiciled overseas that Trump has committed to bring back.
The dollar index is trading at its highest level since April 2003, and this may be a longer-term trend.
Iron ore and coal were both 'limit down' on heavy volume.
Today there was a virtual vacuum of good news in the stock market.
Alcoa shares are higher after it completed the spin-off from its parent company
Alcoa shares were rising after the company officially spun off its aluminum business.
But it's probably premature to buy crude oil on the current dip.
Being pulled this way and that among airlines, restaurants, autos and other sectors.
Base metals are trading in a narrow range as investors eye Chinese production.
We took advantage of several down days this week to add to a newly initiated position.
If Twitter puts up a dreadful quarter, shares will sell off again.
This is what's behind the fall of such magnitude that we are seeing.
Tuesday favored the bears, but downside follow-through is a rare phenomenon in this market.