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The question going into the new week is whether the economy’s big jobs growth starts to show up in other areas, like inflation and retailer performance.
The U.S. jobs machine continues to churn, creating 209,000 jobs in July and unemployment down to 4.3%. The report provides more evidence of economic vigor.
Asian and many European markets fell overnight, lending a negative vibe. Underlying the cautious tone is weakness in the dollar, which sits at 15-month lows.
The hits just keep on coming. The DJIA posted new record highs each of the last five sessions, and looks like it might leap over the 22,000 hurdle today for the first time.
The dog days of August open with Apple (AAPL) earnings front and center. The company reports this afternoon, capping off the tech phase of reporting season.
It looks like another quiet summer week, interrupted only by dozens of key earnings reports, Treasury auctions, auto sales, and the Fed’s favorite inflation indicator.
The earnings season, which got off to a rip-roaring start, stumbled slightly late this week as some key companies like Amazon and Exxon Mobil fell short of projections.
The earnings extravaganza keeps on churning today, with a boatload of companies stepping into the spotlight, including Amazon (AMZN).
Fed still sees economy chugging along and worries about inflation; appears acquiescent to stubborn inflation below 2% objective...
Heat up the coffee and get ready for another day bursting with earnings news, accompanied by a Fed meeting for a bit of extra intrigue.
The cavalcade of earnings continues today, with better than expected results from three stalwarts — McDonald’s (MCD), Caterpillar (CAT), and General Motors (GM).
Earnings out from big hitters like Google, Facebook, McDonald's, Coca-Cola, ExxonMobile, Chevron, Caterpillar, Verizon, GM, Ford and Boeing...
There’s a saying on Wall Street that the bulls walk up the stairs and the bears fall out the windows.
As is typical during most summer trading, volume has been low, but ...
Another day; another record. The go-go market of earlier this year seems to be back, with the Nasdaq and S&P 500 posting new highs Wednesday.
Caution remains the feeling on Wall Street, but the Nasdaq and S&P 500 hit new all-time highs yesterday and info tech continues to rally.
Two of the nation’s biggest banks beat earnings expectations Tuesday, but showed signs of struggle in a challenging environment. A cautious tone prevails.