|Day Low/High||155.06 / 157.12|
|52 Wk Low/High||93.85 / 170.54|
Before I bid everyone here at the Diary good day and plug into the earnings reports and corresponding conference calls I listed in my last post, here are some of the reports hitting the tape Thursday morning that I'll be watching and things I'll be ...
It's going to be one hectic week.
I think RACE has decent odds of giving great guidance on earnings at the end of the month.
Employees of TheStreet are restricted from trading individual securities.
Many traders fear missing out on stocks of money-losing companies that climb anyway; don't be one of them.
The market's perception can change, and I predict fearlessly that it will, but ultimately numbers do matter.
No one in his right mind would pay this valuation for a company that makes cars.
Time to go over the biggest movers in the market on Wednesday.
Sergio Marchionne was replaced as CEO of Fiat Chrysler following complications from shoulder surgery. He died on July 25 at age 66.
The impact of Sergio Marchionne stepping down could be felt longer at Ferrari than at Fiat Chrysler, says one analyst.
There are some people who can't be replaced and Fiat Chrysler CEO Sergio Marchionne, who is stepping down, is one of them, according to TheStreet's founder and Action Alerts PLUS Portfolio Manager Jim Cramer.
Panic replaced by rationality as investors put Italy troubles in perspective.
If you thought last week was busy, hang onto your hats.
Folks can crow all they want about autonomous vehicles, but there's still a market for those who want to drive a car.
The company owns Bentley, Bugatti and other hot super-luxury auto brands.
Tesla CEO Elon Musk probably doesn't even realize some heavy hitters in the auto industry are going to attack him.
Ferrari is getting into EVs and SUVs.
Ferrari has been one amazing IPO. When asked by TheStreet why Ferrari has been embraced by Wall Street, CEO Sergio Marchionne pulled no punches.
Ferrari N.V. welcomed executives and guests to the New York Stock exchange to celebrate their 70th Anniversary of Founding.
The overall auto sector may be under pressure in 2017, but these three big car stocks could still be about to break higher.
Sorry Apple bulls. Just being real.
Netflix projects it will pass the 100 subscriber mark this weekend; no other rival in the space is even close.
Shares of the high-end automaker are aiming for more gains.
Ferrari's 812 Could Be Automaker's Last Middle-Finger Salute at Global Warming Hardliners
Here is a look at some of the year's most anticipated autos.