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Along came quality earnings from a few solid companies and the narrative changed.
Stocks surged in midday trading as oil prices bounced back Tuesday.
But it takes time for good charts to develop, and we are still struggling to establish a solid low.
U.S. stocks opened slightly higher on Tuesday as crude prices bounced back above $30 a barrel.
Only 5 Dow stocks are trading below where they were back at China's August low.
Bulls should be wise and stand aside until healthy action develops.
It cut guidance and has virtually no operating leverage.
General Mills (GIS) is a still a stock to hold for the long term, even as the company missed on earnings due to a slump in cereal sales, says Cramer.
The statement may have been the most impressive in Fed history.
It indicates future increases will be modest and gradual and will take into account domestic and international developments.
Its use of the word "gradual" regarding the pace of future rate hikes is giving solace to the markets.
A bunch of factors converged over the last 24 hours to give a lift to the market.
The Central Bank will meet today and tomorrow and is widely expected to raise interest rates.
3M (MMM) is set to host an analyst meeting on Tuesday where CEO Inge Thulin will discuss the company's 2016 outlook. TheStreet's Jim Cramer says it's the meeting to watch.
Wednesday's Federal Reserve meeting could send stocks reeling.
Jim Cramer, TheStreet’s Action Alerts PLUS Portfolio Manager and host of CNBC’s ‘Mad Money,’ said he wants to buy more Bank of America(BAC) shares on a pullback.
A host of major publicly traded companies aren’t taking the growing Internet of Things market lightly.
This well-known technical indicator would have kept you in the rally.
For Thursday's October 22, TheStreet awaits quarterly results from Alphabet (GOOGL), Microsoft (MSFT), Amazon (AMZN), AT&T (T), McDonald's (MCD), Caterpillar (CAT), Under Armour (UA) and more.
Peter Boockvar looks at China, the European Central Bank and the Bank of Japan this morning: "According to the Chinese, their economy grew 6.9% y/o/y in the third quarter vs. 7% in the second quarter and vs. a 6.8% estimate. While we'll take that wi...
For the week of October 19, TheStreet awaits quarterly results McDonald’s (MCD), IBM (IBM), Morgan Stanley (MS), Verizon (VZ), General Motors (GM), Boeing (BA), Chipotle (CMG) and more.
China posted its weakest quarterly economic growth since the global financial crisis.
Shares of Becton Dickinson have dropped over 10% since hitting a record high in early August.
The technical picture for MMM and INTC has been stronger than for similar large-cap names.