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Yellen is going to do everything in her power to keep the FOMC hawks at bay
Be careful, this isn't the set-up we want going into Friday.
TheStreet's Jim Cramer said the Fed should not be taking cues from KB Home's latest quarter.
If that happens, the Fed will raise interest rates and wreck the economy.
U.S. stocks kicked off the last trading session of a shortened holiday week to the downside as oil prices slipped back below $40 a barrel amid supply concerns.
Jim "El Capitan" Cramer has a good column this morning on KB Home (KBH) and a possible California housing bubble. I wrote about the worrisome California signposts last week in my missive Move Over 'Peak Autos'; Here Comes 'Peak Housing.'
U.S. futures are falling ahead of data releases Thursday.
In 'What's Ahead on Wall Street' for Wednesday March 23, more earnings are rolling out.
Investors have been shifting away from the builders and toward the apartment developers and managers.
Wall Street's early rally has faded, and it's going to be interesting how markets do once Europe has closed. Today's stocks of note include The Gap (GPS), where dismal comps have shares down some 10%. Barracuda Networks (CUDA) is also getting shella...
We see the congestion around $10 for KBH -- this should act as support.
In 'What to Watch on Wall Street' for Thursday January 7, earnings season is picking up again and investors will hear from a number of companies.
Caterpillar (CAT) was the worst performer on the Dow Thursday after it said it expects to cut as many as 5,000 jobs by the end of 2016.
When a stock declines despite seemingly beating estimates, it illustrates the first of three key points of logic behind technical analysis: the market as a discounting mechanism.
For Thursday September 24, TheStreet awaits quarterly results from KB Home (KBH), Nike (NKE), Bed Bath & Beyond (BBBY) and Pier 1 Imports (PIR).
Worries over China's unstable economy pushed U.S. stocks lower on Tuesday.
Housing construction jumped to pre-recession highs and gave homebuilders a boost on Tuesday.
Good news for renter-focused REITs, bad for homebuilders.
Forget Greece's woes, signs are pointing to big U.S. problems.
Shares of homebuilder Lennar (LEN) ended Wednesday's trading day with a gain of over 4 percent, making it TheStreet's Move of the Day.