|Day Low/High||19.84 / 19.88|
|52 Wk Low/High||12.22 / 21.71|
Ingram Micro has agreed to a $6 billion dollar buyout by China's Tianjin Tianhai Investment Co., underscoring china's growing appetite for us technology companies.
Wall Street enjoyed another rally on Tuesday, its second session in a row, as high-momentum tech and consumer names led the markets higher.
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.
Look for 2015's record run of mergers and acquisitions to continue.
Stocks moved higher ahead of the afternoon release of the Federal Reserve's October meeting minutes.
U.S. stocks open sharply higher Wednesday. Wall Street followed a 7.7 percent gain in Japan's Nikkei Stock Index, the biggest percentage gain since October 2008.
Message from Fred Hickey's The High Tech Strategist newsletter -- the global information-technology market is "sucking wind." Stated simply. Hickey's largest long exposure is still in silver- and gold-mining shares. Among his shorts are puts on Inte...
Equity traders, meanwhile, have had plenty to keep themselves busy.
Where it began. People don't want to think. And the deeper they get into trouble, the less they want to think. But by some sort of instinct, they feel that they ought to and it makes them feel guilty. So they'll bless and follow anyone who gives the...
The negative surprises indicate hidden weakness in a business, and the stocks are to be avoided.
Portfolio manager David Peltier finds value in a semiconductor name trading at its 52-week low.