What if the U.S. economy fails to pick back up from its dismal first quarter? Then the U.S. Federal Reserve will push off the frequency and the magnitude of any increases in overnight lending rates. That’s what the U.S. stock market is telling investors, as the S&P 500 and NASDAQ break...
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The rise in revenues was primarily driven by higher commercial delivery volumes. Boeing delivered 184 commercial airplanes in Q1 2015, an impressive 14% rise in deliveries on a year-over-year basis. Commercial aviation constitutes nearly 65% of Boeing’s top line. Show More Summary
While the devices and consumer revenue increased by 8% to $8.95 billion due to phone sales, Microsoft reported 106% growth (111% in constant currency) in commercial cloud services, which includes Office 365, the Microsoft Azure platform, and Dynamics CRM. Show More Summary
The country’s second largest wireless carrier added 441,000 postpaid subscribers and about 945,000 connected devices during the first quarter, over 17% more than in the year ago quarter. The carrier’s strategy to combat the innovative...Show More Summary
If you want to be the Republican nominee, it's best that you get your successful wife out of the corner office before anyone notices she makes a lot more money than you.
Charles Schwab’s (SCHW) automated investment service is adding “hundreds of new accounts every day,” the brokerage’s chief executive said this week. Schwab’s chief executive officer, Walter Bettinger, unveiled some details about Schwab Intelligent Portfolios in a call with analysts on Thursday. Show More Summary
We focus a lot on the Advance-Decline (A-D) data, which is the basis for the McClellan Oscillator and Summation Index plus other indicators. But we also like to watch what the Up Volume (UV) and Down Volume (DV) numbers are doing.
It can take some companies many decades to grow large enough to merit a $28 billion market valuation. News that General Electric Co. (NYSE: GE) is transforming itself created that much shareholder
Style Underperformer: Mid-Cap Growth -.41% Sector Underperformers: 1) Education -3.62% 2) Semis -2.22% 3) Oil Service -1.81% Stocks Falling on Unusual Volume: AERI, SPNC, AWAY, UIS, EMES, PRGO, INFY, XRX, BGG, HWAY, DV, UBNT, NTGR, SCHL,...Show More Summary
Mercenary Links April 24th: Eurozone Ministers at “Boiling Point” over Greece… why $65 crude would unleash the “Fracklog”… why the flash crash spoofer lived with his parents… trouble with drone strikes, edited human embryo genes, and more. Show More Summary
Style Outperformer: Large-Cap Growth +.22% Sector Outperformers: 1) Internet +3.49% 2) Steel +2.99% 3) Software +2.95% Stocks Rising on Unusual Volume: GIMO, EHTH, AMZN, TBI, ACTG, DNKN, HUBG, ALGN, CPHD, JNPR, MSFT, ASPS, BGS, VLTC,...Show More Summary
Yesterday, we discussed why the Standard & Poor’s 500 Index has gone sideways for the past few months. The prime suspects were rich valuations, earnings crimped by falling energy prices and higher returns to be had overseas. Today, I want to look at the Nasdaq Composite Index. It closed at 5,056.06 yesterday, surpassing its March 2000 dot-com...Read More