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How much to sell? My mavens on the floor see about $600 million to sell on the close. Consumer staples has $110 million and health care has $90 million to sell. Boeing (BA), Mastercard (MA) and IBM (IBM) each have about $15 million to buy. Dow Chemi...
Visa and MasterCard await a Fed decision on whether to appeal a ruling on fees.
Across all sectors, there is simply no urgency. That's never a good sign -- but it's not a bad sign, either.
Anyone know why? Huge downside reversal in Mastercard (MA) and Visa (V) and in last hour. Anyone know why?
Stocks rally on positive economic data and strong earnings from MasterCard. Worries of the Fed tapering is being ignored for now.
Another busy week for quarterly reports lies ahead of the July jobs report on Friday.
How much to buy? My mavens on the floor of the exchange see $185 million to buy on the close. Information technology has $175 million to buy, and financials has $150 million to buy. Citigroup (C) has $140 million to buy, Visa (V) has $90 million to ...
Don't get sucked into grabbing yield plays because they are defensive.
When it comes to IPO performance, it turns out that size does matter. PriceWaterhouseCooper's Neil Dhar explains why.
The objective of investing is to offset future liabilities and manage risk.
Here's how some current events and attitudes line up with Buffett's philosophy.
We look at these two from a fundamental and technical perspective.
Let's take a good look at other members of this space -- an insurer and a transaction processor.
A market doesn't gap 200 points lower in one session for no reason.
Jim Cramer talks the "ethereal" contributions of brand power and customer service with Nicole Urken, Mad Money Research Associate.
Here is what the analysts are up to this morning. The analysts are busy this morning: Qlik Technologies (QLIK) is Neutral at Janney (price target $26). PepsiCo (PEP) is downgraded to Neutral at Davenport. Home Depot (HD) is upgraded to Buy at Jeffer...
It may not show up on the balance sheet, but a powerful brand can be a wildly profitable intangible asset.