|Day Low/High||36.38 / 37.01|
|52 Wk Low/High||30.17 / 43.69|
Wall Street was split in two directions for most of the day.
As I just mentioned below, it's important to dig into the earnings releases. We saw that last week with JPMorgan Chase's results and again this morning with Harley-Davidson . In digging into the HOG report we find things are not all that rosy despit...
Bulletproof coffee in hand, a quick scan of the markets shows the futures up ever so slightly as investors grapple with the realization the GOP is giving up on replacing the Affordable Care Act and is turning to repealing it. That news is pressuring...
The Nasdaq ended with losses for the third time this week as a selloff in tech stretched into another day.
At the one-month mark, the portfolio outperformed the S&P 500 and Russell 2000.
Companies as diverse as Wendy's and Boeing are among the names big into stock buybacks and raising their payouts.
Dealers are expecting the rare promotion to run until the end of this month.
We ought to open our eyes to what we don't care about, to what's still made here.
China looks a lot now like Japan did in the 1980s in its relationship with the United States.
So says Harley's CEO.
The rally in stock of Harley-Davidson may be stalling out, according to the charts.
The Internet of Things is a "revolutionary economic opportunity" and those companies who don't adopt it will be left behind, said Maciej Kranz, author of Building the Internet of Things.
On paper, this jobs report should be short-term bullish to the markets.
Materials, financials, cyclicals and health care names tilt the scale to the bullish side.
Netflix dominates the market while investors appear confident in banks.
This isn't the first time Harley takeover speculation has buoyed shares.
This is not the first time Harley shares have roared on rumors of a private-equity buyout.
CarMax shares slide as showroom turnout seems to be falling in tandem with loan quality.
There are two big factors that could still push the Fed to raise rates this month.
U.S. stocks rallied on Monday, as investors continued to analyze comments from Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen, who delivered a speech on Friday.
Herbalife shares were climbing after Carl Icahn heated up his long-running spat with Bill Ackman.
Stocks post slight gains as another rally in crude oil overshadows lingering concerns about the Federal Reserve and its divided opinions on interest rates.
The motorcycle maker is cutting into Harley's business and its stock is recovering.