|Day Low/High||126.34 / 128.55|
|52 Wk Low/High||101.18 / 139.85|
For Thursday October 8, TheStreet awaits quarterly results from Domino's Pizza (DPZ), Ruby Tuesday (RT) and Alcoa (AA).
6 things to think about, including GoPro's downgrade and a potential jumping Juniper.
There's a lot riding on its economy, more so than ours.
Domino's is scheduled to report its 2015 third quarter results before the opening bell.
In Wednesday's Analysts' Actions one Wall Street firm is bearish on Tesla Motors (TSLA), while another upgrades Morgan Stanley (MS) plus Yum! Brands (YUM) gets its price target cut.
Yum Brands (YUM) says sales will miss by a mile and its blaming the shortfall on China.
With so many negative chart signals, the stock has to prove itself and start a bottoming process. It could still go lower.
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My thoughts on the day: The five-day market win streak stalled a bit today. Though the close was weak, I still give the win to the bulls because of the modest drop in the averages after an 80-handle rise in the S&P index. That said, there was less t...
There are worrisome signs to this short-term buying spree.
For Tuesday October 6, TheStreet is paying close attention to two big companies coming out with their latest financial data as earnings season starts to pick up once again.
Futures are slightly lower as earnings begin to roll in.
For the week of October 5, TheStreet awaits earnings results from PepsiCo (PEP), Yum! Brands (YUM), Monsanto (MON), Constellation Brands (STZ), Alcoa (AA) Domino's Pizza (DPZ) and more.
The broad indices are weak, but here are some good individual picks.
U.S. stocks opened higher Tuesday. The Bank of Japan is staying put on interest rates but will continue to stimulate its economy as it worries about exports and output.
The move papers over deep-rooted issues that are holding the fast food giant back.
Innovative competition is making it tough.
It's one of the few sectors that is working today. But if this goose gets slayed, don't look for any other to help.
Rave Restaurant Group (RAVE) shares are up over 40% since the company behind the growing Pie Five chain changed its corporate title from Pizza Inn Holdings in January.
A look at the high-priced and weak among the most expensive sectors.
Forget market sentiment, look for companies that consistently move the revenue and earnings needles.
Guess? (GES) shares were rallying after co-founder Paul Marciano announced he is stepping down as CEO effective August.
Earnings season can provide valuable insight into the health of the economy.
Keep an eye on shares of Yum! Brands (YUM) in Wednesday’s trading session. The restaurant group released its mixed second-quarter financial results after the closing bell Tuesday.