Nice moves in banks, financials offset dragging sectors. Meanwhile, Blackstone’s monster rental home IPO, Invitation Homes, Inc., hits the Big Board.
But broader-based S&P 500 lags, with airlines, utilities, pharmaceuticals weighing on other sectors.
On the ropes with investors throughout most of 2016, Apple scores a hit, with Q1 earnings significantly topping analysts’ estimate. Stock blasts off after-hours.
Apple to get more aggressive in the entertainment space. EPA attacks Fiat Chrysler for VW-like diesel engine software game. Big fines on the way? Stock tanks.
2017 bounceback stocks have already been bouncing back. Here are the remaining stocks in our list. Any stragglers TBA.
Swapping year-end winners for next year’s winners and still looking for those elusive year-end bounceback candidates.
It’s time to dump those big losing stock positions for tax purposes while researching new 2017 year-end bounceback candidates. Like Apple (AAPL).
Some tech stocks like Apple (AAPL) finally get a bid. U.S. dollar hits 14-year high vs. basket of currencies. Incorrigibles continue to trash Trump victory.
Apple’s new MacBook Pro and other product announcements fall flat, stocks hit again. CNBC online anti-Trump obsession continues to crowd out business news.
$18 billion wiped off Samsung shares in martphone debacle. No plans to resume production of high-end phone. Apple (AAPL) soars, will benefit greatly with increased iPhone 7 sales.
Surging oil price hammers utilities, as TIPS finally catch a bid as investors apparently choose to rotate out of stocks that serve as bond proxies.
Another Maalox Monday for traders. Stocks waver, even as oil gets a big boost. Are pundits worried that big-money darling Hillary Clinton might lose to Donald Trump?
Odds sink that the Federal Reserve will hike interest rates next week, as pro-Democrat politics really do come into play. Did The Donald juice today's stock market action?
New/updated Apple devices are actually decent upgrades, including new Air Pods. But the financial pundits hates the Cook regime, so bears are killing the stock.
Russia-Saudi oil deal termed non-event. Pundits badmouth Apple in advance of product announcements. Metals catch a bit. Stocks, bonds remain confused.
WASHINGTON, June 13, 2016 –Stocks opened moderately down Monday with plenty of serious and still-breaking, market-moving news to absorb. As of 10:30 a.m. EDT, the Dow and S&P 500 were off a fraction, while the tech-heavy NASDAQ was off more sharply, down nearly 0.25 percent. The market was already rocked by Friday’s lousy close on ...
WASHINGTON, May 31, 2016 – The merry, merry month of May is limping to a month-end close in Tuesday Wall Street trading action. As of 2:30 p.m. EDT, all three widely followed stock averages—the Dow Jones Industrials, the S&P 500 and the NASDAQ—are off sharply, with the Dow taking the worst hit, currently sitting at ...
WASHINGTON, May 20, 2016 – There’s really not much to report this Freaky Friday afternoon, so we’ll keep it short. We’re alluding, of course, to that already long-ago Disney flick wherein a pre-criminal Lindsay Lohan swaps souls and personalities with mom Jamie Lee Curtis. The same sort of thing seems to be happening in the ...
WASHINGTON, May 18, 2016 – Short report today as we assess the Wednesday afternoon damage, courtesy of the latest Federal Reserve minutes release. Issued to the public as of 2 p.m. EDT, as is customary (although everyone knows the document is leaked earlier to those in the know), the May minutes indicated that a lively ...
WASHINGTON, May 3, 2016 – Short reports this week, as the Maven is heavily involved in his other pursuit as music and theater critic for this site. Washington National Opera is in the midst of its first-ever complete performance of Wagner’s epic Ring Cycle, and, as any Wagner fan knows, even attending these 4-5+ opera ...