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U.S. stocks sink into the red on Thursday as disappointing holiday sales tank retail names.
Here's a window into what institutional investors may be doing and how to profit from that.
A series of questions denigrated an amazing company.
The markets are nervous again, but investors should look at fundamentals.
Shares of the household hardware provider were rising on news of a $1.95 billion acquisition.
Stanley Black & Decker delights investors with news of its $1.95 billion deal to acquire Newell Brands' tools division.
U.S. stocks fluctuated in choppy trading as investors waited on minutes from the latest meeting of the Federal Reserve.
U.S. stocks fell deep into the red as a selloff in gold prices pulled the materials sector into a spiral.
The struggling retailer has been shopping Craftsman since May as it tries to lighten its load.
The housing sector is marching on, pulling the economy along.
Breaking up the economy to just the basics makes sense.
But perhaps the economy is a bit like the Washington gridlock.
This is the first big disappointment of the earnings season.
SWK could dip $10 or even $15, but the trend remains opaque.
Stanley Black & Decker is a household name in the hardware and tools space.
U.S. stocks were mixed as a slew of earnings report kept investors busy.
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The S&P 500 Index has finally pushed back into positive territory for 2016 after falling as much as 10% in mid-February.
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TheStreet's Jim Cramer says Verizon VZ is a stock to hold onto, thanks to its great yield and accelerating growth.
TheStreet’s Jim Cramer says ‘tools are hot’ and he’s got his eye on Stanley Black & Decker, which is a big position in his Action Alerts PLUS charitable trust.
But perhaps it's best to wait until the Fed storm passes.
Traders would be wise to have a sell stop at $93 in case the rally fails.
Genuine Parts, P&G, Stanley Black & Decker and PepsiCo have been consistent in their dividend payouts for 25 years.
Stanley Black & Decker and Thermo Fisher provide an unfortunate lesson.
With stocks down over 10% since the start of the year, it is crucial to stay disciplined.
It indicates future increases will be modest and gradual and will take into account domestic and international developments.