Big headlines dropped this past week, including that funding for several emergency lending programs would not be renewed. Here, I'll sort it all out.
While August was on the minds of some market players on Monday, here are some key differences between then and now.
The provider of property data recently upped its guidance and thus put pressure on a duo of suitors to up their offer to buy the company.
Fossil Group, Michaels Companies and GameStop surged higher on Monday, likely for their own unique reasons.
GME has had a rough run in recent years due to declining revenue and changes in the gaming markets.
I expect that restaurant names will continue to trade like options -- the greater the leverage the more volatile they will be.
Activist investor Elliott Management has taken a $1B position in the social media company.
The restaurant operator missed on earnings but doubled its dividend, while the aircraft parts supplier reveals it will be restating results over two years.
Activist investor Elliott Management has taken a stake in the utility.
I'm all in favor of mergers and acquisitions -- the more we get, the higher the stock market goes -- but I am not in favor of making conclusions based on tips about deals.