|Day Low/High||57.26 / 57.76|
|52 Wk Low/High||39.71 / 62.60|
U.S. futures are off to an auspicious start on Monday, following a fourth straight week of gains last week.
In 'What's Ahead on Wall Street' for the week of March 14, we have a mix of both earnings and economic data.
TheStreet’s Jim Cramer discussed the bear market in biotechs while answering viewer questions from social media on Friday.
It appears that Oracle's future looks bright, and we may see a turnaround.
Salesforce's quarterly results proved what industry insiders already knew.
CRM knocked it out of the ballpark this quarter, and it is down to CEO Marc Benioff.
Donald Trump may run a real estate empire and be leading in the G.O.P. presidential polls, but he is not a 'superboss' because of his inability to share the spotlight.
I like financials a lot more than I like technology.
For Super Bowl 50, which is taking place in a hotbed of innovation and technology, it's not just about Beyonce, Lady Gaga and Bruno Mars.
Apple shares are already in a bear market, dropping from $130 a share last summer to roughly $100 today.
Investors should take a look behind the curtain at the online giant.
I noted this morning that I think the TFANGs are in a bubble, and that I'm shorting four of the five of them as a result. Here's my thesis for shorting Amazon (AMZN). I'll outline my case for going short on Netflix (NFLX) a little later today. Amazo...
Stock losses accelerated by midday Thursday as investors gave back some of the gains scored after the Federal Reserve hiked rates on Wednesday.
The Federal Reserve's all-important December statement is released on Wednesday at 2pm Eastern.
For the week of December 14, there are a handful of key economic reports set to be released.
In Monday's Analyst Actions, Oracle (ORCL) is added to Goldman Sachs' Conviction Buy list, Best Buy (BBY) gets its rating cut and Ferrari (RACE) is initiated.
In Monday's Analysts' Actions, Oracle (ORCL) was hit with a downgrade at one Wall Street firm and analysts made some negative comments on 3D Systems (DDD) and Honeywell (HON).
In Wednesday's analysts' actions, Wall Street firms are making bearish calls on Twitter (TWTR), GoPro (GPRO) and Oracle (ORCL).
Tableau Software (DATA) stumbled Thursday after competitor Oracle (ORCL) reported a drop in sales and lowered its revenue outlook.
The S&P 500 closed yesterday at 1995, about five handles above the high end of my projected 1960-to-1990 recovery expectation. I continue to believe that this week's two-day run-up has taken away from a possible rally that I had expected to follow t...