U.S. stock index futures pointed to lower open on Tuesday after a sharp decline in oil and iron ore prices weighed on sentiment.» Read More
Global slowdown taking toll on U.S. companies.
Art Cashin shares his expectations for markets, the Fed and oil in 2016.
Dec 7- Carl Icahn offered to buy Pep Boys-Manny, Moe& Jack in a deal valuing the U.S. auto parts retailer at about $837 million, trumping Japanese tire maker Bridgestone Corp's offer of $810 million. Icahn Enterprises LP offered $15.50 per Pep Boys share in cash, a 1.2 percent discount to Friday's close, but higher than Bridgestone's offer of $15 per share, also in cash.
BOSTON, Dec 4- Billionaire investor Carl Icahn reported on Friday that he now owns 12.12 percent of auto parts company Pep Boys-Manny, Moe& Jack, which agreed to sell itself to Bridgestone in October, and said its retail automotive parts segment would be a perfect fit for rival Auto Plus. The move comes less than two months after Pep Boys agreed to sell itself to...
Jim Cramer says the market has made a pivot and no longer fears the Fed.
BOSTON, Nov 17- U.S. corporate executives and directors have pledged at least $15 billion of their own company stock holdings to secure personal loans, in spite of recent examples of these arrangements creating bigger losses for other investors during selloffs. Valeant CEO Michael Pearson had pledged the stock as collateral to secure loans from Goldman Sachs...
Are these biotech behemoths about to merge? Here’s what Jim Cramer thinks you should know
Jim Cramer exposes the only two groups right now that have escaped the vicious claws of the rolling bear market.
Sept 30- Activist investor Starboard Value LP disclosed a 3.7 percent stake in automotive parts retailer Advance Auto Parts Inc on Wednesday and urged the company consider steps including a "substantial" dividend or buyback. Advance Auto shares could be worth more than $350 each if the company took steps to improve margins, Starboard said in a letter to Chief...
Some of the names on the move ahead of the open.
After a post-Fed battering, markets head into the week ahead seeking clarity, especially from two key people—Janet Yellen and Xi Jinping.
Now that the Federal Reserve has made its decision—for better or worse—it's time to turn to what really matters.
'Mad Money' host Jim Cramer is revealing the most polarizing stock on the averages.
Although the gloom seems palpable in the market, Jim Cramer points out a few stocks that could be safe from the carnage.
Tobias Levkovich writes about a market-beating strategy of buying companies that serially shrink the number of their shares outstanding.
A whirlwind year for macro events is leading investors to seek refuge in large-cap names with consistent and predictable trends.
The stock buyback craze has continued into the second quarter, and the cumulative effect of that craze is really mounting.
Poor retail sales report could impact GDP.
May retail sales were in line with expectations, but this has been a very uneven year for retail equities.
U.S. stocks closed about 1 percent lower as investors eyed renewed strength in the dollar and data that could strengthen the case for a rate hike.