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It’s the first big week of earnings, but don’t overlook how important of a week it is for housing too. Since the housing tax credit expired at the end of April, not only have housing stocks been hit hard, but the broader markets have also noticeably suffered too.
Earnings season has hardly begun and already investors are getting a bad feeling. What's going on?
Stocks were modestly higher Monday, led by the technology sector, as investors focused ahead on upcoming earnings reports. Motorola rose more than 4 percent but Apple tumbled.
With shares of Apple down sharply since late June, should you buy the pull back? Or is the weakness is sign of trouble?
Stocks bobbed after an early pop Monday as banks and homebuilders weakened. Stocks has started the day higher after a report showed U.S. firms have increased their hiring plans.
Stocks opened higher Monday, rebounding off of last week's market selloff—then pulled back. Will a rally form and hold? Robert Doll, vice chairman and chief equity strategist at BlackRock, discussed his market outlook.
I never believed in the "V"-shaped recovery. I was more with Lee Cooperman's square-root design of an economic graph. It looks to me like that is the best we can now hope for.
The current economic outlook impacts all earnings results whether on a short-term or on a long-term basis. While the recent US stimulus package may have boosted growth, it also covered up problems in the economy. At the end of the day, what is needed is for economic growth to be self-sustaining.
The stock market is fixating on crumbling confidence in the U.S. economic recovery and may continue to ignore the good news that's likely to show up in corporate earnings reports in the coming week.
The Mad Money host explains why stocks struggled after days of gains.
Friday was a big day for tech investors with not one but two major catalysts influencing trade. What must you know?
Stocks ended the week down 1% as disappointment in earnings and economic news snapped the market's recent winning streak. Bank of America lost 9%. Goldman Sachs rose.
After not recommending the popular phone, Consumer Reports called Apple's fix a "good first step," but Cramer said it's much more than that.
Stocks tumbled Friday, with the Dow down over 200 points, after a report showed consumer sentiment dropped to its lowest level in nearly a year. Goldman Sachs and Apple rose.
Apple held a rare news conference on Friday to address complaints about reception issues with its iPhone 4 smartphone.
The enthusiasm of those faithful to Apple’s products is the envy of many. It was a company that many thought could do no wrong, but it is now one on the defense and for good reason. Looks like innovation sometimes runs into bumps like inadequately tested products. And now Apple is paying the price for a phone with issues.
It's clear that the company stands behind the product, as is, and Jobs alludes to the sales numbers thus far: their more immediate problem—meeting the demand.
The Dow fell by triple digits Friday with disappointing earnings from some big banks largely blamed for the weakness. But there may be more than meets the eye...
Stocks tumbled Friday, with the Dow down over 100 points, after a report showed consumer sentiment dropped to its lowest level in nearly a year. Goldman Sachs shares jumped.
Like an impatient audience at intermission, Google’s investors are waiting for its second act. The NYT explains.