|Day Low/High||60.26 / 61.09|
|52 Wk Low/High||33.83 / 65.31|
Stocks were making small moves in a big day for blue-chip earnings.
Jim Cramer answered viewers' questions from social media outside the New York Stock Exchange Wednesday, and he came decked out to talk about the Ferrari (RACE) IPO.
tocks were modestly lower at Tuesday's close, pulled down by weakness in the tech and health care sectors.
IBM, Wal-Mart, SanDisk and Yum! are addressing slowing growth in disparate ways.
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At 52-week lows and with a 5.2% yield, this old-tech stock is a buy.
Stocks were lower in midday trading Wednesday as investors fretted over weak consumer spending that backed up recent weakness seen in the U.S. economy over the third quarter.
For Thursday October 1, TheStreet notes one big memory chipmaker coming out with its latest earnings.
Twitter (TWTR) shares spiked Wednesday on reports co-founder Jack Dorsey will assume the position of permanent CEO.
TheStreet's Jim Cramer is keeping an eye on Micron Technology (MU) Thursday when the company releases its latest quarterly results.
Surge in late July is only a memory, but this could be a time to buy.
Shares of Western Digital (WDC) led the S&P 500 Thursday with a 10 percent gain on the heels of better than expected fiscal fourth quarter earnings.
The biggest market moves were earnings-driven on Thursday.
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.