|Day Low/High||19.73 / 20.25|
|52 Wk Low/High||10.60 / 25.00|
Stocks were searching for direction Thursday amid lots of cross currents.
The Dow, which had been nearly 300 points lower Wednesday following another devaluation of China's yuan, ended the session flat.
Apple (AAPL) and Microsoft (MSFT) dragged on benchmark indexes.
Today's takeaways and observations: Thus far, today is a win for both the bulls and the bears. We're living in an immaterial world, with commodities- and industrial-based sectors trailing. My long positions on General Motors (GM) and Potash Corp. (P...
Breaking news: "HALLIBURTON (HAL) SEEN FACING U.S. ANTITRUST HURDLE OVER BAKER HUGHES (BHI)."
Toymaker Hasbro (HAS) rallied in midday trading Monday after beating quarterly estimates on strong sales tied to movie franchises 'Jurassic World' and 'Star Wars.'
Greek banks reopened Monday after being closed for three weeks, with withdrawal limits shifting to 420 euros a week from 60 euros a day.
Futures are mixed as quarterly results begin to obscure Greece.
For the week of July 20, TheStreet outlines the key earnings reports and economic data to watch on Wall Street.
Greece reaches deal with Eurozone, it's 3rd bailout since 2010.
Dan Dicker, energy contributor at thestreet.com, talks with Jim Cramer about both the positive and negative fundamentals working on the price of a barrel of oil.
Jim Cramer answers viewers’ Twitter (TWTR) questions from the floor of the New York Stock Exchange.
It's not the time to bet aggressively on a revival of the oil services.
It's too early for the next market cycle low to have come in.
As U.S. shale producers become accustomed to the current oil price environment, investors should look to services companies for timely opportunities.
Wall Street edged higher in midday trading Thursday, given a slight boost by energy stocks after crude oil topped $60 a barrel.
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How they can survive depressed prices until demand returns.
The old days are gone, or at least not coming back anytime soon.