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The latest market musings from Sir Arthur Cashin: "This morning's short-covering rally in equities fades as Brent dips back into negative territory. If oil heads south again, stocks may go negative, too. DuPont (DD) and Dow Chemical (DOW) are helpin...
People will discuss valuation over the next couple of days, but I'm happy capturing 90% of a move.
High-growth restaurants and transports are sending caution signals.
Some important reads to check out this morning: The Wall Street Journal (subscription required) says Dow Chemical (DOW) and DuPont (DD) are in advanced merger talks. Bloomberg reports that Apple (AAPL) is suspending plans to roll out a cable-TV-like...
It's been a volatile week for oil with prices reached Tuesday that haven't been seen since the depths of the recession in February 2009.
The merged company can become multiple companies.
And four other things you need to know now.
Stocks moved from heavy to slight losses for much of the day, ending modestly lower Tuesday after crude oil closed its third straight session in the red.
The stock stumbled this summer, but it has quickly recouped and is knocking on new all-time highs.
It's an earnings bonanza on Thursday as companies from industries as varied as airlines to fast food to chipmakers report their recent quarters.
Shares should cross back above the 200-day moving average Thursday, with a retest of the 52-week high a strong possibility.
For Thursday's October 22, TheStreet awaits quarterly results from Alphabet (GOOGL), Microsoft (MSFT), Amazon (AMZN), AT&T (T), McDonald's (MCD), Caterpillar (CAT), Under Armour (UA) and more.
For the week of October 19, TheStreet awaits quarterly results McDonald’s (MCD), IBM (IBM), Morgan Stanley (MS), Verizon (VZ), General Motors (GM), Boeing (BA), Chipotle (CMG) and more.
Prices have rebounded some, but momentum indicators have yet to generate strong buy signals.
Ford (F) and GM (GM) were sharply lower Tuesday, dragged on by another day's selloff in Volkswagen (VLKAY) shares.
Jim Cramer answered viewers' Twitter questions from the floor of the New York Stock Exchange, and talked about the Federal Reserve, oil stocks, and Twitter (TWTR).
Adams Natural Resources Fund is an excellent play on a long-term rebound in energy stocks.
Indicators in the breadth of the market show that this selloff came right on time.
It's because of the Fed; that's my only explanation.
Jim Cramer answers viewers' Twitter (TWTR) questions from the floor of the New York Stock Exchange.
Jim Cramer will be watching DuPont (DD) next week when the company reports earnings.
For Thursday July 23, TheStreet outlines the key earnings reports and some economic data to watch on Wall Street.
Traders can finally shift focus from macro headlines in Greece and China as earnings are in full swing with hundreds of companies expected to report quarterly results.