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The red-hot dollar makes overseas trips more affordable, which is benefiting this trio.
Today's rebound indicates a key support zone can provide the footing for a significant bottom.
Recent company moves should elevate UTX shares over the coming year.
A desperate devaluation amounts to nothing short of starting a trade war.
Something is different this time, and it has people passing on this dip.
A drop in commodity prices, a differentiated product line and streamlined operations are helping Pepsi (PEP) pull even further away from its rival Coke.
Forget market sentiment, look for companies that consistently move the revenue and earnings needles.
TheStreet's Jim Cramer says China is the subtext behind a lot of what is going wrong in U.S. markets.
The UTX pullback has created an excellent put writing opportunity.
"There is no training -- classroom or otherwise -- that can prepare for trading the last third of a move, whether it's the end of a bull market or the end of a bear market. There's typically no logic to it; irrationality reigns supreme, and no class...
But don't fret on AAPL just yet because that's not a rational fear.
United Technologies (UTX) was the worst performing stock in the S&P 500 on Tuesday, after reporting lackluster second quarter earnings. The stock is TheStreet’s Move of the Day.
IBM and UTX accounted for two-thirds of the Dow's 1% drop, and Apple and Microsoft fall after-hours..
Lifelock (LOCK) plummeted Tuesday following a brief trading halt.
IBM and United Tech show beauty is only growth deep and value largely valueless.
With about an hour of trading left in the day, here are my takeaways and observations: There's some modest profit taking on the day, skewed towards weakness in United Technologies (UTX), Verizon Communications (VZ) and IBM (IBM). There's more lousy ...
Midday musings from Sir Arthur Cashin: "IBM and UTX are 126 points of the Dow's loss. UNH, BA and GS take out another 35 points. The S&P has held at the lower edge of the support band but that has caused no bounce so far. Run rate at 12:15 projects ...
Baker Hughes (BHI) fell in midday trading Tuesday after the oil services company swung to a quarterly loss and reported a 33% drop in revenue tied to tumbling oil prices.
U.S. stocks opened lower Tuesday as IBM (IBM) is a damper on trading after reporting a 13th straight quarterly decline in sales.
The parade of reports continues amid troubling remarks out of Iran.
Toshiba's Chief Executive resigned Tuesday, a day after an outside investigation said he and other current and former executives were responsible for an accounting scandal.
For Tuesday July 21, TheStreet awaits key earnings reports from Apple (AAPL), GoPro (GPRO) Microsoft (MSFT), Verizon (VZ), Yahoo! (YHOO), Chipotle (CMG), United Technologies (UTX), and Baker Hughes (BHI).
U.S. stocks open slightly higher as Greek banks reopen after being closed for 3 weeks.
Greek banks reopened Monday after being closed for three weeks, with withdrawal limits shifting to 420 euros a week from 60 euros a day.
Futures are mixed as quarterly results begin to obscure Greece.
For the week of July 20, TheStreet outlines the key earnings reports and economic data to watch on Wall Street.