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There are two overt threats to market health and by extension to U.S. economic growth.
This week brings key results from Micron, Nike and FedEx, among others.
Turning to corporate earnings to be had next week, much like this week there will be a handful of ones to dissect ahead of the upcoming December quarter earnings bonanza that will kick off in about one month. Here are some of the ones worth watching...
I think I can find room for this one, and I did not expect to when I started writing this piece.
Does the Fed just keep injecting liquidity into money markets every single night forever?
Post's IPO of its star Active Nutrition segment is expected to take place in the December quarter.
The G-20 Summit in Japan could hold more intrigue than just the planned meeting between President Trump and Xi.
We have to hope they are given a better chance to tell their story than they were Wednesday.
Eclectic leadership is not the kind of leadership I can bank on.
The Fed needs to buy short-term paper RIGHT NOW, and sell off longer-term paper.
In this day and age, companies must be 'disruptors' or get left in the dust.
A company needs both sales and profit growth, and Kraft Heinz isn't going to give you either on a sustainable basis.
These firms offer complex hardware and software solutions that empower the modern-day corporation.
Conagra is a less-than-stellar company, but its stock has a truly excellent valuation.
I see a lot of winners here because of hindsight.
Fed Chair Jerome Powell appears intent to reverse a near decade's worth of policy in just a couple of years.
Why bother with TSE? It's a core tell of the economy.
While the S&P 500 has risen by roughly 9% this year, BBBY had given up 14% as of Wednesday's close.
Let's check out the charts again to see if we might break out of that long trading range.
The group has turned around in recent months, and signs of a top have yet to emerge.
Conagra Foods CEO explains why he is spending big to buy frozen food player Pinnacle Foods.
In happier news, the New York Post reported over the weekend that Kraft Heinz is interested in acquiring Campbell Soup ! Here is what I wrote last week on the subject of consumer packaged goods mergers: A Pinnacle-Conagra Merger May Mark the Beginni...
* The rationale for more mergers and restructurings grow more compelling "A steady stream of disappointing earnings releases has recently underscored my initial negative thesis. The share prices of consumer packaged goods companies have regularly hi...