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Jim Cramer says the media is making things seem worse than they really are. So far, earnings have been strong.
NEW YORK— Not since the Great Recession have corporate profits been on this long of a slump. The response from investors: So what? Investors are comfortable enough with the yearlong sag that they pushed stock prices to all-time highs this past week.
States are dishing out billions in subsidies to attract big companies, but the deals are stiffing small-biz owners, says a watchdog group.
Jim Cramer explained how the “Pokemon Go” craze is stemming from changes in the technological landscape.
Jim Cramer saw eye popping signals that the global economy could be doing better than investors realize.
Alcoa's stock popped 3 percent after beating earnings estimates by six cents per share for its second quarter.
Seagate Technology PLC, up $5.26 to $29.35. Alcoa Inc., up 55 cents to $10.69. Sage Therapeutics Inc., up $12.56 to $46.21.
U.S. stocks closed higher Tuesday as fears eased over Brexit and Japan signaled more economic stimulus.
NEW YORK— The latest on developments in global financial markets:. Both indexes beat marks they set in May 2015. Aluminum maker Alcoa jumped 5 percent after reporting results that beat analysts' forecasts.
Some of the names on the move ahead of the open.
Peter O' Connor, senior analyst at Shaw and Partners believes that they are an indicator of how the US markets will perform this earnings season.
Alcoa's earnings have surprised investors anticipating a weak performance amidst low aluminium and alumina prices, says Gavin Wendt at Mine Life.
Mark Matthews from Bank Julius Baer says he is not optimistic going into the US earnings season.
Charles Bradford of Bradford Research explains why $11 is fair value for Alcoa.
After the S&P's record close, macroeconomic and geopolitical news will likely dominate U.S. market action Tuesday.
Jim Cramer is concerned about Disney and says there’s reason you should be too even if you don’t own the stock.
Justin Bergner of Gabelli & Company is bullish on the company following a strong second quarter earnings report.
Check out the companies making headlines after the bell Monday.
NEW YORK— It's a new record for stocks, but it sure doesn't feel like it. With a new high for the Standard and Poor's 500 index on Monday, it has tripled since its low in March 2009 during the financial crisis. There's nothing like a new high, "says John Manley, chief equity strategist for Wells Fargo Fund Management.
Alcoa beat expectations on the top and the bottom, and its stock popped more than 4 percent.