|Day Low/High||95.04 / 95.90|
|52 Wk Low/High||76.84 / 126.87|
GlaxoSmithKline revealed that some of its senior executives in China may have broken the law.
Stocks are rising once again as Japan is strongly behind Prime Minister Abe. Earnings are delivered from McDonald's, Halliburton and Hasbro.
Let's take a peek at overnight and early action in some of the more important asset classes. The rundown: S&P futures +1; Nikkei +; European markets +; euro +; crude +$0.50; gold +$24; and the 10-year U.S. note yields 2.48%. Worth mentioning: Friday...
Surprises often will cluster in an industry that has particular strength.
Testing of new batteries has begun on several 787 Dreamliners, which may fly as soon as next week. Joya Dass details the morning's top news.
Real estate investors can learn how to profit in the real world if they learn these Monopoly secrets, Philip Orbanes, author of Monopoly, Money and You, tells Gregg Greenberg.
Hasbro has boosted its dividend and made a big run in 2013. Portfolio Manager David Peltier says if it's still a buy.
Leap Frog CEO John Barbour points out that Leap Frog has just started to jump into foreign languages and he expects huge growth in foreign markets.
Until we see a session close below 1498.25, a near-term change in direction is unlikely.
It's almost time to start your holiday shopping. TheStreet Hits the Street as Brian Sozzi and Debra Borchardt toy with game stocks.
A look at the day's most searched trends on the Web, including BP after the company said it will sell its half of TKN-BP to Russian energy firm Rosneft for about $28 billion in cash and stock.
Toy Hunter star Jordan Hembrough sees investors getting more interested in building toy portfolios.
A long HAS / short MAT trade worked well last year -- let's take another peek.
I am taking a different approach, even though you may see a familiar name or two.
Every Monday, like a broken record, Greece has an eminent plan coupled with proclamations of doom. A weary market trades down.
Futures pointed to a lower open, as traders fretted about today's deadline for Greece to accept the European Union's bailout deal.
The IPO of Caesars Entertainment kicks the week off, with nine other IPOs scheduled to follow.
Kinder Morgan's $21 billion bid for El Paso sets the stage for a modestly higher open.