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Investors eye the August jobs report, while lululemon shares drop after missing revenue forecasts.
Earnings growth for the printing and PC company comes almost entirely from share buybacks.
Stock markets suffer from a case of Fed-induced stupor; again.
U.S. stocks creep back from lows to trade just shy of the record levels achieved Thursday.
Crude oil is dropping slightly as retailers' post mixed quarterly results, some surprising the market.
Most tech companies have reported positive earnings surprises so far.
Investors should keep expectations low when Juniper Networks reports second quarter 2016 earnings on Tuesday because Cisco is a dominant force in the sector.
Stocks hold at session lows as crude oil crumbles on demand concerns.
The California startup could upset Broadcom’s ethernet game with chips that are twice as fast and fully user-programmable.
As I wrote in my previous missive, the Brexit vote's rejection of the 1990s/early 2000s globalization trend reminds me of the 1983 film The Big Chill's look at how the world changed between the 1960s and the 1980s. Let's check out some things that I...
Shares of Hewlett Packard Enterprise are up 29% so far in 2016, but the stock's valuation remains cheap which bodes well for a second half run.
You should reach for the most hated sectors imaginable -- the banks, the techs and energy -- and buy.
Hewlett Packard Enterprise CEO Meg Whitman says the 'jury is out' on whether the presumptive Republican nominee Donald Trump is a good businessman.
HP Enterprises decision to spin off and merge its business-services division with Computer Sciences Corp. in a deal valued at $8.5 billion for HPE shareholders is a 'win-win for everybody.'
U.S. stocks opened higher on Wednesday as oil prices moved closer to $50 a barrel.
HP's spining off its enterprise services, while Tiffany and Express shares slip after earnings miss forecasts.
Stocks are rallying around the world and if the Dow Jones Industrial Average holds early gains, it will go positive for the month of May.
In 'What's Ahead on Wall Street' for Tuesday May 24, we have a few more companies we're watching on the earnings front.
In a broadly flat day, there were some big winners.
Stocks rocketed higher in the final hour of trading Tuesday as investors showed optimism ahead of a back-loaded half of the week.
TheStreet's Jim Cramer answers viewer questions on Skyworks (SWKS), PMC-Sierra (PMCS), Avago Technologies (AVGO), Apple (AAPL), Allergan (AGN), Pfizer (PFE), Lockheed Martin (LMT), Hewlett Packard Enterprise (HPE) and more.
For Tuesday November 24, TheStreet awaits quarterly results from Dollar Tree (DLTR), Campbell Soup (CPB), Tiffany (TIF), Burlington Stores (BURL), DSW (DSW), Hewlett Packard Enterprise (HPE) and HP Inc. (HPQ).
For the week of November 23, TheStreet awaits quarterly results from GameStop (GME), Hewlett Packard Enterprise (HPE), HP Inc. (HPQ) Dollar Tree (DLTR), Campbell Soup (CPB), Tiffany (TIF) and more.
Despite product demand declines, the firm has much upside potential.
In Wednesday's Analysts' Actions, analysts have mixed opinions about the Hewlett Packard split. Meanwhile, another Wall Street firm is initiating coverage of Dick's Sporting Goods (DKS).
U.S. markets ended Monday's session in the green as deal news boosted the health care sector following Shire's announcement that it would acquire drugmaker Dyax.