|Day Low/High||43.96 / 44.76|
|52 Wk Low/High||22.77 / 44.82|
It would take a close below $43 to upset the bullish pattern.
Revisiting this bullishly biased vertical call spread for JCI.
Fahd Al-Rasheed, managing director and CEO of Emaar Economic City, said falling oil prices hasn't had too much of an impact on private real estate development in Saudi Arabia.
Johnson Controls and TE Connectivity both will be winners in the next industrial upcycle.
Consider a JCI synthetic call -- a combination of long stock and long a protective put.
After a miserable 2015 and, in many cases, a poor start to 2016, the group has been on a tear.
TheStreet’s Jim Cramer says home improvement companies like Home Depot are the way he likes to play the housing market.
Rough start to 2016 should be seen as just a temporary pullback.
Markets tank as the Northeast digs itself out of a mess. Also, people are still wary of inversions.
Johnson Controls and Tyco International have agreed to merge in yet another corporate inversion which will relocate to Cork, Ireland for its corporate headquarters.
Johnson Controls on Monday accelerated its shift away from auto parts and towards building controls, agreeing to merge with Tyco International in a deal valued at $14.35B.
This complex but intelligent deal creates value going forward for both companies.
U.S. stocks opened slightly lower on Monday, as oil prices slipped and investors worried about too much supply in global markets.
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These three stocks have come down to tempting levels.
Jim Cramer tackled the issue of low oil prices when answering viewers’ questions from the floor of the New York Stock Exchange Thursday.
Crude oil extended gains achieved since Friday, closing Tuesday’s session at its highest level since August 31st.
Value investing has had a rough year, but 2016 should be better. These stocks can help.
U.S. stocks opened lower Friday as fears about global growth resurface a day after the Federal Reserve's decision to leave key interest rates unchanged.
Some companies are benefiting, but they're the exception.