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Optiv and Presidio are being taken public by PE firms that appear hungry to profit from a strong tech IPO environment, but investors might want to tread cautiously.
After the election passes we are going to talk about companies again -- and these have done well.
But a close below $114 means shares need to build a base before climbing again.
Remember, we still have a healthy economy, so once DB stabilizes, the bulls will be back in charge.
Bad news about Deutsche Bank and Wells Fargo ruins what could've been a good day.
Shares of oil companies continue to rally over chatter of a potential OPEC production cut.
Shares of Accenture were higher Thursday after posting top- and bottom-line beats for the 2016 fiscal fourth quarter.
OPEC takes everyone by surprise, but production cuts are dubious, and Wells Fargo's CEO heads back to Capitol Hill.
Wells Fargo will be back in the spotlight on Thursday, September 29, as its CEO John Stumpf returns to Capitol Hill to answer questions about its fake bank account scandal.
For the week of September 26, investors will get quarterly results from a host of major companies and testimony from Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen.
Accenture reported strong growth in its latest quarter and raised earnings estimates for the year, boosted by strong revenue in its digital, cloud and security services business.
On Thursday, June 23, investors await the all-important Brexit referendum vote, which is expected to move markets in the coming days.
Markets face a rough week, after FOMC meeting and Fed Chair comments and continued concerns surrounding the Brexit vote.
Health care has been a pricing business for GE, but William Blair says the industrial giant may soon be turning things around.
The manufacturing giant is increasingly signaling that its health care businesses will be key drivers in GE's industrial overhaul.
After recent robust numbers, the stock continues to make higher highs, higher lows.
The professional services firm that hit a new peak this week appears pricey to Morningstar and S&P, too.
U.S. Stocks tumbled on Thursday as crude oil fell even further from its recent highs.
Accenture's been on a hot streak, but many on Wall Street say shares of the consultancy still have a long way to go.
In 'What's Ahead on Wall Street' for Thursday March 24, we'll be paying attention to both earnings and economic data.
Closing the gender gap at work might come sooner than many expect.
The expected decline should take prices down into longer-term support in the $85 to $80 area.
Apple’s quarterly earnings report failed to inspire Wall Street traders last week, but investors should remain energetic about the tech giant’s stock.
As world leaders and top business minds convene in Davos, Switzerland for the annual World Economic Forum, the outlook for the global economy remains uncertain.
ACN's chart is pointed up, but the OBV line hasn't confirmed price strength.
Shares of Coach (COH) are down 12% so far this year, but have surged 13% in the past month.