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Here are top names set to go ex-dividend over the next two weeks.
The spring swoon has shown that stocks can fall despite zero interest rates.
Sally Beauty Holdings and Philip Morris have similar charts, but there's a key difference.
Here's what was bad -- and good, and better -- about these numbers. "Apple's shares drop back under $500 a share, never breaching $600 to the upside and spending most of the year under $525 a share as profit estimates are again shaved. (Icahn dumps ...
Here are some early looks. Its a big rebalancing today. Below are some early looks: General Electric (GE) -- 2 million to sell, 3 million paired off. Bank of America (BAC) -- 2 million to sell, 3 million paired off. Pfizer (PFE) -- 2 million to sell...
Electronic cigarettes are grabbing market share at an astounding rate.
If the worst happens, there'll be plenty of ways to avoid default.
Wells Fargo and Philip Morris are struggling from a technical perspective.
How much to buy? My mavens on the floor of the Exchange see only $50 million to buy on the close. In terms of sectors, the largest buys are energy and financials at $35 million each, and the largest sells are materials and industrials at $20 million...
Portfolio Manager David Peltier expects this cigarette-maker will raise its dividend again in August.
And if we look at IPOs, we are nowhere near 1990s-level growth.