|Day Low/High||25.74 / 26.53|
|52 Wk Low/High||16.82 / 31.83|
ConAgra Foods (CAG) jumped in midday trading Friday after activist investor Jana Partners took a 7.2% stake in the company.
Stocks are slightly down as we get about two hours into the trading day. Homebuilders are getting a bit of a boost from good results at KB Home (KBH), which is up some 7% in early trading. I like this sector, as I think housing is starting to get st...
CarMax (KMX) and KB Home (KBH) reported earnings results before the bell on Friday.
For Friday, June 19 TheStreet outlines the Quadruple Witching day plus earnings results from CarMax (KMX) and KB Home (KBH) as well as economic data to watch on Wall Street.
You won't believe this, but there's another Fed rate decision coming up!
For the week of June 15, we outline the Fitbit IPO, notable quarterly earnings reports, as well as key economic data to watch on Wall Street.
The market continues to show remarkable strength across the board as we enter the second half of the trading day. Homebuilders are one of the strongest sectors within equities, thanks largely to nice numbers from KB Homes (KBH). Even my stake in UCP...
And why McDonald's shares will leave a bad taste in your mouth.
Think return OF capital, rather than ON capital. Over the last several days, I have warned about an impending slowdown in global economic growth. With stocks inflated and volatility likely to rise, I have also suggested that many should consider tak...
Do homebuilder stocks reflect expectations for economic growth?
The latest S&P/Case-Shiller home price index report shows that while prices of homes around the country are continuing to climb, they are not climbing as fast as they once did.
Wall Street rallied on Wednesday, with the Dow Jones up 154 points.
Some charts on the homebuilder hurt. Housing charts look like a backward letter J or a fish hook here. That's not a good thing for bulls in the names. Add the fact that many of the homebuilders saw bearish engulfing candles yesterday and the news ge...
Housing starts are still too low to meet the coming demand.