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Retailers Crash as Unsold Merchandise Piles Up: Earnings This Week

Retail earnings are off to a bearish start as unsold merchandise piles up and shopping centers go quiet. Macy's...

Glass Seems Half Full in Big Tech: Earnings this Week

Investors stayed bullish on big technology stocks in the last week, even when their results missed estimates. Cisco Systems...

S&P 500 Isn’t the Only Chart Hitting New Highs for 2019

Stock indexes, along with crude oil, just closed at their highest levels of the year. Is it the top, or the start...

Who Were the Winners and Losers in Tech This Earnings Season?

Earnings season has mostly finished for major technology firms. Let's take a look at the big winners and losers. The first major theme was a...

Forgotten Stocks Rip Higher: Earnings This Week

Several forgotten companies have rallied in the last week as investors continue to pore over quarterly results. Covergirl maker Coty (COTY) is up more than...

Last Earnings Season Was a Tough Act to Follow

Last earnings season was a tough act to follow, but Corporate America is about to give it a try. Per-share profits climbed about 25 percent...

Big Caps on the Move: Scanning for Breakouts in the Dow

It's pretty quiet today as stocks drift aimlessly before Labor Day. Dog days of summer? More like the sloth days ... Still, some members of...

Turnarounds Get Rewarded: Earnings this Week

Investors like turnaround stories. That seems to be the message from the last week of corporate earnings. Consider two major retailers: Wal-Mart Stores (WMT) and...

Why Last Week Was More Interesting than It Looked

Last week was a lot more interesting than it looked. Sure, the S&P 500 might have barely moved between Friday, May 11, and Friday, May...

Don’s Notebook May 16, 2018

Two major reports headlined today's early economic news: The Federal Reserve’s Industrial Production report. Industrial production which rose 0.7 percent in April on top...
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