|Day's Range||2,600.42 - 2,604.21|
|52 Week Range||2,187.44 - 2,604.21|
Amid frenzied Black Friday consumer buying, in no small part fueled by digital deals, investors pushed Amazon.com Inc. shares to more records and helped Chief Executive Jeff Bezos reportedly become the ...
Stocks finished the weak higher because it was, well, Thanksgiving week. The S&P 500 gained 0.9% this week after advancing 0.2% to 2602.42 today, a new all-time high and the first close above 2600. The Nasdaq Composite climbed 1.6% this week after rising 0.3% to 6889.16 today, also a record. Canaccord Genuity's Martin Roberge and Guillaume Arseneau don't see any reason for this week's advance: The “Turkey Rally”, as the positive seasonality pre-Thanksgiving is called, played out once again this year with both the S&P 500 and S&P/TSX closing at all-time weekly highs.
Tesco Corporation’s (TESO) year-to-date returns were -52% as of November 20. Since December 30, 2016, TESO has significantly underperformed the US rig count.
As the stock market trades near records, it isn’t surprising to see a dramatic fall in volatility, but don’t chalk that up to complacency, says one strategist.
Machinery stocks look well poised as the industry will shine on declining unemployment rate, improving consumer spending and stabilizing oil prices.
Stitch Fix Inc. shares closed at a record high Friday, a third straight trading day of gains since the company's lackluster initial public offering last week. The company's stock closed at $18.62, up more ...
The S&P 500 and Nasdaq Composite finish at all-time highs Friday, with all three main benchmarks booking their first weekly gains in three weeks.
Signet Jewelers (SIG) dropped to the bottom of the S&P 500 during its shortened trading session Friday, building on losses from earlier in the week. Signet fell $3.21, or 6.1%, to $49.80, while the S&P ...
Shares of DaVita (DVA) rose to the top of the S&P 500 during Friday's short post-Thanksgiving session, on reports that it may sell its physician network business. Reuters broke the story that DaVita Medical Group could be up for sale, for as much as $4 billion, according to anonymous sources close to the company: The deliberations are still in their preliminary stages, and DaVita may decide not to go through with a sale, the sources said on Wednesday, asking not to be identified because the matter is confidential. DaVita Medical Group could attract interest from a variety of bidders, including private equity firms and health insurers, the people said.
Renaissance Investment Management’s Michael Schroer highlights Applied Materials and Lam Research. By Phil van Doorn.
U.S. stocks closed higher on Friday, with the S&P 500 and Nasdaq Composite ending at all-time highs. All three main benchmarks posted their first weekly gains in three weeks. The S&P 500 gained 5.34 points, ...
Amazon.com Inc. said Friday that it would give shoppers who visit an Amazon Books store and spend $30 between Nov. 24 and Nov. 27 a $10 discount to be used on the e-commerce giant's website. Amazon Books ...
Financial markets suggest “we have at least one to two years to go before we get into serious trouble,” writes Byron Wien.
In fiscal 3Q17, IBM reported revenues and non-GAAP earnings per share of ~$19.2 billion and $3.30, respectively. These metrics beat analysts' expectations by $550.0 million and $0.02, respectively.