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The dividend play was supposed to be long gone by now. Yes, well, about that.
Powerful rally, but headwinds may impact earnings.
For-profit education provider Apollo Education's profit plunged nearly 66 percent as student enrollments fell.
Global Payments on Thursday reported fiscal second-quarter earnings increased by 1 percent to $74.8 million.
Family Dollar Stores, the target of two rival U.S. dollar store chains, reported a 47 percent drop in profit as margins fell due to big discounting.
Lower gas prices and better employment numbers could have been factors in better guidance from retailers.
Google may struggle as the company faces a maturing search business, lower margins in other products and competition from Facebook, an analyst said.
Some of the names on the move ahead of the open.
More than 60 percent of the money raised by Bill Gross for Janus Capital came from a Morgan Stanley wealth management office.
The U.S. economy is likely to generate continued job growth, but the outlook for inflation is "more worrisome," a top Federal Reserve official said.
Standard Chartered is closing most of its global equities business and axing 4,000 retail banking jobs as Peter Sands moves to aggressively cut costs.
Inflation wouldn't have to move off its current subdued levels for the Fed to start hiking rates, according to minutes released Wednesday.
Amid a dizzying start filled with volatility, he looks at markets and sees a year filled with not much of anything particularly exciting.
Chipmaker Micron Technology posted stronger fiscal first-quarter results as a stabilizing personal computer industry supported demand for DRAM chips.
Monsanto reported a drop in profit, citing lower planted corn acreage in South America and a shift in timing of some sales.
Guggenheim Partners has slashed personnel at an internal hedge fund that hasn't lived up to its big expectations.
Wall Street may not have Bill Ackman to kick around anymore.
Six months after the last five 50-percent drops in oil prices, the S&P 500 was up four of those times.
With low oil and other conditions in mind, several analysts and major research firms recommend these two sectors for 2015.
The CEO and chairman of Goldman Sachs told CNBC the drop in oil prices may indicate deflationary pressures, not just an abundance of supply.
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