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Jim Cramer will be watching DuPont (DD) next week when the company reports earnings.
For the life of me, I don't see the enthusiasm surrounding Qualcomm's (QCOM) results and the announcement that it is appeasing Jana Partners. The forward sales guidance and EPS guide are beyond bad. Moreover, the deal with Jana buys management a lot...
Honeywell's Cote, Google's Porat and PPG's Bunch are game-changers.
Musings about the week so far: The global equity markets remain "forgiving" and, arguably, complacent, in the face of tepid economic and profit growth and continued sovereign debt issues. None of these headwinds are likely to subside in the time ahe...
They've done well considering market had a slightly negative month.
These new companies may offer some intriguing opportunities.
An activist could easily buy 5-6% of the company's shares.
But investors are likely to be wary ahead of the Fed meeting.
Here are some of the best fertilizer and chemicals companies TheStreet Quant Ratings says you should consider looking at.
Need a reason for the stock's performance? How about earnings!
I am tracking smaller investors who are piling up big gains.
Stocks made little progress Wednesday as investors digested weak retail data from April. The S&P 500 and Dow closed flat.
DuPont (DD) won its proxy fight against activist investor Nelson Peltz, whose nominees will not be elected to the company's board of directors.
Stocks hovered at the flatline in midday trading Wednesday, giving up an earlier rally after April's retail sales disappointed and March business inventories came in under forecasts.
An activist battle is brewing at DuPont's (DD) Delaware Headquarters today.
Stock losses escalated in the closing minutes of Monday's session.
Above all, today's disclosure of a rogue trader's role in the Flash Crash of five years ago is another nail in the coffin of investors' view that the market represents a level playing field. Today's EPS reports were unimpressive, especially in the ...
The euro and Greek securities are lower on a Bloomberg story that the staff of the ECB are looking into raising the haircuts that the Bank of Greece gives securities that Greek banks bring to them for repo financing. This would be a step of pulling ...