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Buckle up after Super Sunday.
Shares of these companies have been value destroyers
Wall Street ended with slight losses Friday after a string of earnings disappointments from the retail sector.
Stocks weren't able to maintain the bump the ECB's quantitative easing provided in early trading.
Strong turnover and very solid technical signals have Nuance Communications poised for more upside.
My thoughts on TWTR and other names reporting after-hours earnings.
Where it began. The rundown: • U.S. futures are slightly higher: S&P 500 futures are up 4 points, and Nasdaq futures are higher by 10 handles. • European markets are up, following the U.S. futures markets. The Paris Cac is leading with a gain of 0.9...
The Carl Icahn lesson. "Also-Ran Surprise No. 5: Carl Icahn's fund loses 15% to 20%." -- Kass Diary, 15 Surprises for 2014. By my calculation (below) Carl Icahn's portfolio (of individual stock holdings) has lost more than $6 billion from the recent...
Where it began. The rundown: U.S. futures are building on Friday's gains. (S&P futures are up by 9 handles, and Nasdaq futures are 22 handles higher.) European stocks are up (on average) by close to 1%. Nikkei has reversed last week's weakness and i...
The vast bulk of S&P 500 outlooks are undershooting consensus.
TheStreet's Senior Stock Analyst Nicole Urken breaks down earnings reports from IBM, Coach, and Nuance Communications.
Bag counting is a good indicator of which retailers are doing well.
Update: Oil, gold prices fall; Wal-Mart names new CEO.
Stretched valuations seem to have put investor sentiment on edge.
This is no field of dreams moment, just because it's been built does not mean they will buy.