|Day Low/High||56.36 / 57.90|
|52 Wk Low/High||39.71 / 62.60|
For Wednesday, September 16th, the Republican Presidential debate will likely be a hot topic as we await the Federal Reserve's decision on whether to raise interest rates.
For the week of September 14, TheStreet awaits the Federal Reserve's decision on whether to raise interest rates and the Republican presidential debate.
For the week of September 14 we await the FOMC's decision regarding an interest rate hike.
Oracle (ORCL) is raising the stakes in its battle with Google (GOOGL) over Android.
In Thursday’s Analysts' Actions, Wall Street firms take a close look at Facebook (FB), Oracle (ORCL), and Garmin (GRMN).
There is a continued discussion of corporate buybacks on CNBC's "Squawk Box." Here are the criteria that should be considered when buying back stock from a 2014 column I posted: Bad Buyback Rationale OCT 23, 2014 | 8:23 AM EDT CAT's CEO doesn't conv...
My buddy/pal/friend Steve "Hernan" Cortés "de Monroy y Pizarro" is joining me on a short Nasdaq and buy volatility trade this morning. He supports his analysis with some good charts: NASDAQ -our short idea in the black as Semis gap down and SMH pres...
Yahoo (YHOO) CEO Marissa Mayer painted a picture of company progress and innovation at Yahoo's annual shareholders meeting on Wednesday.
Momentum in ADBE is increasing, and price action has accelerated.
This week we'll see about nine companies reporting that are worth paying attention to.
Fitbit (FIT) surged in its market debut on the NYSE Thursday, rocketing more than 50% higher to just over $30 a share, well above the initial pricing of $20.
Here are my takeaways and observations on yesterday's Federal Reserve news: There was little new in the Fed's release. As expected, the Fed downgraded domestic 2015-16 growth prospects, delaying the inevitable rate rise to September or December. (G...
What will push the S&P 500 way above the big figure?
Oracle (ORCL) posted a larger-than-expected sales decline and missed analysts’ profit forecasts for its fiscal quarter ended May 31.
A longer-term trip down to 8000 would make them attractive.
Keep an eye on shares of Oracle (ORCL) in Thursday's trading session.
After-hours movers led by Oracle, Jabil and BioMarin.
The narrative this morning is little changed -- and surveying the landscape, there's a whole lotta nothin' going on. Futures are flat and European stocks are off by small amounts. Asia is trading well, although Japan's trade numbers fell short of ex...
U.S. futures running higher ahead of the central bank's latest announcement.
On Wednesday June 17 the FOMC wraps up its policy meeting; FedEx (FDX) and Oracle (ORCL) release their quarterly earnings; and Fitbit makes its debut on the NYSE.
Sideways consolidation could give way to a new bull leg in the stock.
But investors are likely to be wary ahead of the Fed meeting.