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Investors grew more pessimistic over the state of the global economy heading into the new year, pushing stocks lower on Wednesday.
The weak outlook for oil prevails, and oil prices are sliding back toward an 11-year low.
Pep Boys (PBY) now prefers a deal with Carl Icahn, after the activist investor sweetened the bid for the auto parts maker for a valuation of about $1 billion.
Stocks were sharply lower after reopening following the Christmas break week nd.
The proposed takeout transaction of Pep Boys (PBY) highlights the valuation inconsistencies that now prevail in the retail sector. PBY undoubtedly has unique strategic merit to the parties bidding for it. But the fact remains that it's a pretty poor...
The board of Pep Boys (PBY) said on Wednesday that they support a newly sweetened offer by billionaire insurgent Carl Icahn.
Stocks ended sharply lower Monday after crude oil closed at its lowest level since February 2009.
U.S. stocks opened lower Monday as investors look to continue the monster rally after Friday's jobs report.
Oil prices continue to fall as OPEC nations fail to reach an agreement on production.
Stocks moved slightly lower in midday trading Monday as the energy sector sold off ahead of several key earnings reports from the industry's largest players later this week.
For Wednesday September 9, TheStreet awaits quarterly results from Barnes & Noble (BKS), Francesca's (FRAN), Palo Alto Networks (PANW) and Box (BOX).
For the week of September 4, TheStreet highlights more companies set to release earnings and some key economic reports.
For the week of June 8, we await earnings reports from Lululemon Athletica (LULU), Burlington Stores (BURL), Men's Wearhouse (MW), Box Inc (BOX) and Restoration Hardware (RH).
PEP Boys -- Manny Moe & Jack triggered our Day 1 alert on April 15.
A gunmaker preps preholiday sales figures, more aftermarket auto-parts news, a big loser after the bell yesterday, and Cramer's shopping ... where?
The auto parts retailer gets set to report, Cramer has big holiday sales expectations from one tech company and a big bunch of brands announce earnings.
It's a big week for retailers and homebuilders with a slew of big names reporting -- including Toll Brothers, Hovnanian, Costco and Lululemon.
Let's take a look at the overnight and early-morning price action in the major asset classes. The rundown: S&P futures are up 4; Nasdaq futures are up +15; Nikkei is up 2.48% -- Olympic fever (see below, all sectors higher); China Shanghai is up 3.3...
A few more companies report earnings next week, including Pep Boys and Pier 1 Imports. Brittany Umar details what lies in the week ahead.
Here is this week's roundup of the dumbest actions on Wall Street.
When the dust settles, investors will be thankful to Europe for the opportunities it's leaving in its wake.
A look at the day's most searched trends on the Web, including Dunkin' Donuts' plans for expansion targeting countries outside the U.S.
Arbitrage is the holy grail of investing -- constantly sought after but seldom discovered.