|Day Low/High||48.18 / 49.21|
|52 Wk Low/High||34.26 / 74.68|
Chinese investors may be the biggest Brexit beneficiaries.
Even if the situation resolves favorably for the market, there will still be macro issues during the dog days of summer.
The problem for the bears is that there are still plenty of folks trying to extract some gains from the upside.
Besides today, she has another speech coming up in early June.
The S&P 500 and Dow gave up earlier crude-inspired gains. Crude has traded near $47 a barrel earlier in the session, only to come back to around $46.
Recent investments involving SINA, and solid forecasts for the quarter and year, are piquing my interest.
The next pullback of this Chinese social media company should be bought -- if it comes.
With SINA shares jumping, let's break down what a potential offer could like..
Internet search engines and social media sites are increasingly driving global online shopping trends, according to a new survey conducted by Pitney Bowes.
What if it shares the fate of China's Weibo?
A series of Chinese companies have been taken private recently.
Apple (AAPL) shares were higher in midday trading Monday after activist investor Carl Icahn said the company was undervalued and worth almost double its current price.
Here are my notes on how to play DANG, BITA, YOKU, WB and VJET.
Five More Charts: Baidu, Weibo, Zulily, Solar City and Shutterstock. While the Nasdaq has been pushing to new highs, not everything is perfect in search. I have concerns about Baidu (BIDU). The stock made a strong push post earnings, but now has sun...
After the options market prices an earnings move, check the first 30 to 60 minutes of trading.
Whatever your personal quirks and character traits, trading will magnify them.
A weeklong rally is a good way to start the holiday weekend. The market ended a strong week with decent gains in the S&P 500 and the Nasdaq. A weeklong rally is a good way to start the long holiday weekend. Utilities were weak on a rise in interest ...
The drama was bound to happen, says Jim Cramer, on Lehman's bankruptcy filing and Merrill's sale to BofA.