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U.S. stocks were mixed on Thursday, with the Dow Jones Industrial Average retreating from the closely watched 20,000 level.
On Thursday investors are keeping a close eye on labor market data.
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All you big booze sellers better pay attention. The trend that saw regional craft brewers upend the beer industry is now playing out in the spirits arena.
Amid AB InBev's sale of its European beer brands to Japan-based Asahi Group for $7.8 billion, TheStreet's Jim Cramer said investors should buy shares of Constellation Brands.
Capital spending numbers are terrible, because executives are unsure what to do.
U.S. stocks fluctuate as GE headlines a busy morning for deals news and crude oil tumbles below $48 a barrel.
A series of earnings reports show the consumer is out there, spending.
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U.S. stocks were mixed early Monday as investors await remarks from Federal Reserve vice chair Stanley Fischer, who is delivering a speech in New York on Monday afternoon.
If companies aren't executing and making money, equities will go into decline regardless.
Consumers, too, are helping keep the seven-year bull market alive.
Looking at employment and inflation, the Fed's mandate has been met.
Shareholders of Constellation Brands must be toasting in celebration after the beer, wine and spirits company posted quarterly results which beat forecasts in the latest quarter.
Salesforce shareholders react to the Twitter takeover talks, while Constellation brands toasts a solid quarter.
Constellation Brands shares are surging after reporting better-than-expected quarterly results.
U.S. stocks opened higher on Wednesday, following losses on Tuesday.
Earnings and labor market data take center stage on Wednesday, October 5.
For the week of October 3, the start of the fourth quarter, investors will get the September labor report and a slew of major earnings reports.
It may be just a matter of time before STZ sees new highs.