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Jim Cramer looks at General Electric. Its stock is down 6.6% since the start of the year.
Being pulled this way and that among airlines, restaurants, autos and other sectors.
With 7 positions set to report this week, we purposely stayed on the sidelines over the last few days.
Jim Cramer says he's disappointed by General Electric's quarter and notes Honeywell looks better right now.
U.S. stocks turned mixed on Friday as Microsoft pulled the Nasdaq higher and General Electric dragged on the Dow.
Honeywell and Microsoft were both rising premarket on earnings beats, while GE and Skechers faltered.
It is good to be standing in for Doug Kass here on the Daily Diary once again this Friday. We will see if better-than-expected earnings from Microsoft after the bell yesterday can help the indices end the week on a high note in trading today. Mr. So...
On Friday, October 21, General Electric reports quarterly results and investors will be watching to see what the industrial conglomerate has to say.
CEO Dave Cote says 2017 is going to be a good year for the company, a message that was lost amid recently lowered guidance.
Jim Cramer says it's worth taking a look at shares of Honeywell, based on its updated guidance.
This is what's behind the fall of such magnitude that we are seeing.
We may see some selling going into the next rate hike, but I still have bullish hopes for gold.
On days like this, the money just keeps sloshing around.
Honeywell's third quarter should be indicative of the troubles in aerospace, so Real Money looks at the 'efficiencies' at Honeywell Aerospace that have forced layoffs.
This morning the yield on the 10-year U.S. note climbed another three basis points to 1.76%. The yield is now 41 basis points above July levels, serving to underscore my notion that a Generational Low in Bond Yields already has occurred. Meanwhile,...
As you all know I give a lot of thought to my Trade of the Week, as I did over the weekend, once again. We are doing well on these "Trades" recently - lets see if the skein can be continued! I am thinking that today's market rally is a bit of a ...
Industrial markets remain weak (more on this later in the day). Toward that end, Dover warns, which follows last week's lower guidance at Honeywell and PPG and adds to earnings problems in the important industrial sector.
Here are some of my amateur technical observations from my fundamental perspective. To begin with, the averages have been narrowly range-bound and many groups have undergone meaningful corrections. Fifty percent of the stocks in the broader S&P 1500...
Credit and debt loads, in the U.S. and globally, are making headlines.
Technology is a necessity for taking share in a slow-growth world.
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.