|Day Low/High||93.87 / 99.20|
|52 Wk Low/High||69.02 / 158.44|
On days like this, the money just keeps sloshing around.
The 200-day moving average line is being tested and could break.
Jim Cramer shares his views about trade and last night's presidential debate.
Stocks rally and then get smacked down in this inconsistent atmosphere.
Some may think it’s demand, not supply, behind its cut in engine deliveries, but that's nonsense.
One company indicates that business is good in the all-important non-residential construction sector.
Without it, the uncertainty would be incredible between now and November.
If the stock can maintain its footing near $105, this could be a very low-risk entry point.
Still, an anemic rally saved the market from what at one point looked like a pretty darned nasty day.
But perhaps the economy is a bit like the Washington gridlock.
The bull-run may have taken a pause, but it is far from over. That's good news for stocks like United Technologies, Lowe's and Apple.
What used to be a kiss of death barely elicits a shrug from the market.
UTX could have a bumpy ride if prices fall back below $104.
Jim Cramer believes shares of Boeing are set to move higher following the company's second quarter profit report.
United Technologies is propelled by a new jet engine in topping analysts' expectations for the quarter.
United Technologies is taking share from competitors like General Electirc.
Good enough, tied with a good story, is pushing post-earnings bumps today.
Heading into the second half of 2016, many companies remain resilient.
Autos here and abroad, airlines, oil … the list goes on.
GE may be taking far fewer regulators than expected to its new corporate home in Boston.
If earnings come in decent, we should be in for a strong end to the summer.
Valuations are stretched in certain names and industries, so some profit-taking appears in order.
If you've reduced some exposure and raised a little cash, relax.
When demand drives oil, it drives a lot of the industrials.