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Honeywell International shares were taking a hit Friday after the company trimmed its earnings outlook.
U.S. stocks moved lower Friday as employers added fewer jobs than expected in September.
Be careful of exposure in the industrial space. Shortfalls by Honeywell and PPG today are warning signposts. My view continues to be that the domestic economic outlook is deteriorating. More on this next week.
The countdown to the jobs report is on, while Deutsche Bank is working on raising capital.
There are companies that have nothing to do with externalities.
Some may think it’s demand, not supply, behind its cut in engine deliveries, but that's nonsense.
One company indicates that business is good in the all-important non-residential construction sector.
Check out the names that are showing technical characteristics of bullish or bearish reversal patterns over the last week.
Still, an anemic rally saved the market from what at one point looked like a pretty darned nasty day.
Honeywell may be further boosting its position in industrial software with a potential new $3 billion tie-up.
Oil prices are rallying on new hopes of an output freeze.
What used to be a kiss of death barely elicits a shrug from the market.
Good enough, tied with a good story, is pushing post-earnings bumps today.
Honeywell's struggles in its business jets segment could signal trouble for other aerospace industry leaders.
Markets are slightly down to begin the trading day, while oil continues to slump and is closer to $40 a barrel than $50 again. It'll be interesting to see when the market starts to worry about low oil prices, like what we saw in the first quarter wh...
A bright spot in GE's quarterly earnings was the swift expansion of its digital network.
The company says the aerospace job cuts are about 'doing a better job overall.'
The S&P 500 was higher as investors overlooked a series of disappointing earnings.
Jim Cramer Discusses Pending Layoffs at Honeywell
For the week of July 18, the earnings parade continues, with dozens of major companies reporting financial results.