|Day Low/High||85.69 / 88.24|
|52 Wk Low/High||46.92 / 106.22|
Peter Boockvar touches on central bankers and the weak earnings picture in this morning's commentary: "While IBM (IBM) has its issues, the response to its earnings is a reminder that at least so far this earnings season, your stock is fine as long a...
Jim Cramer answered viewers' social media questions on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange Friday and explained why investors should own stock of General Electric (GE).
At 52-week lows and with a 5.2% yield, this old-tech stock is a buy.
Stocks were modestly higher in midday trading Thursday as investors digested a range of earnings reports from Citigroup (C), Goldman Sachs (GS) and Netflix (NFLX).
U.S. stocks opened mixed Thursday as markets try to rebound from a reversal in Wednesday's trading.
Crude oil plummeted on Wednesday after weekly inventories data showed a surprise increase in stocks.
As the IMF calls a Greek bailout into question, the Shanghai Composite is down.
The biggest market moves were earnings-driven on Thursday.
The market is posting slight gains as European markets head to a close. Not much reaction so far to Fed chief Janet Yellen's testimony before Congress today. Biotech continues to move higher, almost touching all-time highs on a daily basis recently....
U.S. stocks soared higher at the open Monday as Greece agreed to a framework for a debt deal with the Eurozone.
Shares of data storage company Western Digital (WDC) ended Thursday's trading day up 5 percent, making it TheStreet's Move of the Day.
We need some fear. Then we'll be ready to take out the highs.
Microsoft, Caterpillar and Freeport get burned as the market suffers memory loss.