|Day Low/High||109.61 / 112.00|
|52 Wk Low/High||108.55 / 139.85|
Ben Bernanke's comments squashed talk of a September tapering date. Yum gets the bird from China and Google pushes Moto X.
Let's take a peek on the overnight and early-morning price action in various asset classes. A quiet overnight session: S&P futures -2; Nikkei -; European markets -; euro +; crude +$1.10; gold +$6; and the 10-year U.S. note yields 2.64%. I remain sli...
Plenty more economic clues will be on hand this week.
Alcoa kicks off the unofficial start to earnings season on Monday. TheStreet's Brittany Umar details what lies in the week ahead.
Carolyn Boroden of Fibonacciqueen.com identifies two setups in YUM and VMW, a buy and a sell.
The predominant clues from numbers and earnings calls support the bearish view I hold on the market.
Markets remain muted so far in the wake of Boeing's beat, AT&T's miss, Yum's yummy results and Apple's uninspiring guidance.
Here is what the analyst community is up to this morning. Below are recent analysts' actions: Yum! Brands (YUM) is downgraded at Brother Bank of America/Mother Merrill. Chubb (CB) is upgraded at William Blair. Netflix's (NFLX) price target is raised...
Caterpillar kicks off another busy week of earnings on Monday. Brittany Umar details what's coming up in the week ahead.
All of these restaurant stocks seem risky right now, though McDonald's may be appealing on a pullback.
Jim Cramer looks at the effect of product recalls with Nicole Urken, research director for 'Mad Money.'
It's crucial, and not all types of growth deserve the same trading multiples.
Stocks remain mixed as traders mull their next moves in the wake of the Dow and S&P's record setting runs.
Yum! Brands reports first quarter same-store sales that fell 20% in China, better than analysts' predictions of a 25% drop. Brittany Umar has details on that along with a look at the morning's other most searched topics on the Web.
Merck is Dow's best performer, Nasdaq and S&P slightly lower. TheStreet's David Peltier has more on the mid-morning action.
Stock index futures are pointing to a lower open on Wall Street as analysts cut estimates on Google at Oppenheimer. TheStreet's David Peltier has Tuesday's premarket action.
Jim Cramer and Stephanie Link say Yum Brands' China problems are just another obstacle that the company's CEO will overcome.