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Stocks have opened lower, as one might expect given this morning's punk January U.S. jobs report (which came about 40,000 positions shy of the consensus). The Labor Department also revised the previous month's job numbers down by some 30,000. Wage g...
U.S. stocks slipped at the opening bell on Friday, following a weaker-than-expected January jobs report.
The job market in January showed gains, but here is why you should be concerned by that report.
The next chart point should be in the $125 area
U.S. futures are falling after the latest non-farm payroll jobs report showed that the U.S. added fewer jobs than analysts were expecting.
Welcome to Jobs Report Friday! Bret Jensen here. As always, I'm happy to be standing in for Doug Kass. I'm sure we're going to have lots of commentary on this last trading day of the week. We'll get the always-critical U.S. nonfarm payrolls report a...
Look for jobs gains of 185,000 in January, according to RBC Capital Markets and for the unemployment rate to tick down to a cycle low of 4.9%.
I'm inclined to look at short entry points at the moment.
Unlikely stocks surge while 2 tech names get hammered after hours.
They are the future, but not right now.
The Facebook for the business set takes a major haircut in after-hours trading after reporting guidance that fell short of analyst projections.
After hours, LinkedIn (LNKD) is testing the $150 area after terrible guidance. The stock is down 22%. Even worse, Tableau Software (DATA) is down 38%. The conference call is likely to bounce the stock a little, but a few high P/E names are being abs...
While we've had a few outsize afterhours movers, most of the big earnings names have remained within expectations during the following day's trading session. Facebook (FB) was the one big name I can think of recently that did not. I believe we'll se...
The earnings parade continues on Thursday and here are some notable results to watch out for including Philip Morris and Occidental Petroleum.
Things I will be thinking about while resting up for what will be a wild and woolly week.
As I discussed in my opening missive, it's important for investors to look at GAAP vs. non-GAAP earnings -- especially when assessing rapidly growing social-media stocks like Facebook (FB). Facebook delivered better-than-expected non-GAAP results af...
Jim Cramer, TheStreet’s portfolio manager for Action Alerts PLUS and host of CNBC’s ‘Mad Money’ said Fitbit’s (FIT) earnings report was the best beat of 2015.
Plus, thoughts on Baidu, LinkedIn, China and the Fed.
Historically, LNKD has almost always had follow through to its major gaps.
In Friday's Analysts' Actions, one Wall Street firm is a fan of LinkedIn (LNKD), but not so much of Papa John's International (PZZA). Meanwhile, another firm begins covering DSW (DSW).
Will the Federal Reserve hand Wall Street a trick or a treat?
For Thursday October 29, TheStreet awaits quarterly results from Time Warner Cable (TWC), Starbucks (SBUX), LinkedIn (LNKD), Mastercard (MA) and more.