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Shares of Tenet Healthcare (THC) wrapped up Thursday's trading day to the upside, by more than a dozen percent on very heavy volume.
Grexit woes continue to depress prices, but SCOTUS helps hospitals.
It was a rough day on Wall Street Thursday, as all three major indices closed lower, after posting gains earlier in the trading session.
The future looks bright for health care stocks.
By a 6-3 vote, the U.S. Supreme Court's ruling on Obamacare handed President Obama a victory, and gave investors an opportunity in the healthcare space.
Stocks traded higher in midday trading Thursday, following the Supreme Court upholding Federal subsidies stemming from Obamacare.
Regional hospital operators like Tenet Healthcare (THC), HCA Holdings (HCA) and Community Health Systems (CYH) won’t see long-term headwinds if the Supreme Court rules against Obamacare.
With the first-quarter earnings season behind us, data from Thomson Reuters shows earnings grew at an anemic 2.3%, the lowest level in the last four quarters.
So far, this earnings season, most surprises were on the upside.
Where it began. The rundown: U.S. futures are rebounding this morning (S&P futures up 7 handles, Nasdaq futures up 12 handles). After a dull opening, European stocks are higher (by approximately 0.50%). Nikkei is down 0.31%. Utilites and healthcar...
U.S. markets ended slightly lower on Tuesday as Tenet Healthcare shares slid nearly 10% after missing expectations. One bright spot, Michael Kors shares moved higher after it raised earnings guidance.
Stocks drop the most in five weeks as the the prolonged government shutdown and looming debt ceiling outweigh an improved labor report.