|Day Low/High||189.51 / 192.25|
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Let's take a look at the overnight and early-morning price action of the major asset classes. The rundown: S&P futures +3; Nikkei +; European markets +; euro -; crude oil -$0.80; gold -$9 (after yesterday's outsized gain); and 10-year U.S. note yiel...
With the Dow transports up 21% this year, let's take a closer look.
Most of us aren't used to giving companies the benefit of the doubt. That's why it's so hard right now.
Given some of these concerning messages, now might be a good idea to reevaluate your portfolio.
Here's a rundown of after-hours reports. Most reports after the close so far look solid, and this will be helpful to market tone tomorrow. Big news is blowout positive from rails (CSX (CSX) and Norfolk Southern (NSC)), and this will augur for bette...
Investors are bracing for a number of key earnings reports, including from the closely watched Apple.
Recent downgrades of the railroads tell me that momentum is slipping fast in the sector.
The sector's sentiment and fundamentals are starting to improve and it has some promising tailwinds.
And that bodes well for a market in which we are constantly trying to gauge expectations.
Falling oil and reviving coal have turned the market bullish on the group.
Jim Cramer says while some sectors like oil, coal and defense are bouncing after Romney's debate performance, the bounce will likely fade fast.
Coal-related stocks would get a boost, while alternative-energy names would likely become short candidates.