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FOMC minutes, housing data and retail earnings are on tap. David Peltier and Andrew Krill look at the Week Ahead.
I believe the stock is in a very low-risk zone, and I expect to begin scaling in soon.
Inflation drops more than expected in the United Kingdom, and the OECD reports optimism on eurozone growth.
Tesla's stock reversed recent losses, more earnings are expected, Blackstone's Extended Stay America hotel chain is set for public markets and why Jim Cramer likes Macy's ahead of earnings.
Stocks without leverage to the world's economies will be left behind.
But the homebuilder stock doesn't seem to offer many advantages to its peers.
A deeper look. June pending home sales (which typically foreshadow new-home sales) fell by -0.4% and that compares to the May rise of +6.7%. During June, according to Bankrate.com, the average conventional 30-year mortgage rose from about 3.65% to 4...
Many will want to buy a house before mortgages get too expensive.
Horton's unsettling earnings call should make it clear why the flock has dispersed on homebuilders.
Let's take a peek at the price action overnight and in the early morning in the more important asset classes. The rundown: S&P futures down 9 handles; Nikkei down 1.15%; European markets down -- a lot of earnings disappointments overnight, including...
The headline numbers may look poor, but a deeper read reveals a different story.
Those who missed the start of the housing rebound or exited when the stocks peaked should revisit.
This homebuilder appears oversold, but Portfolio Manager David Peltier likes its exposure to California.
This sector is looking mighty fine after Rylan and D.R. Horton surged on earnings last week.
The only truly inexpensive areas are tech, industrial and finance -- and they all remain despised.
The three major market gauges all posted gains for the week despite a mixed and muted session on Friday following the Q1 GDP report. Jeanne Yurman reports.
Though this laser optics name plunged after earnings, the quarter had many positive developments.
Here are the companies whose estimates have risen the most over the first quarter.
Homebuilders may be the brightest spot in the market - immune to Cyprus and benefiting from low jobless claims says Greywolf Equities Mark Newton to TheStreet's Debra Borchardt.