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In Wednesday’s Web Extra find out how the traders are playing the drug stocks after Schering-Plough profit crushed estimates. Also get Guy Adami's UPS trade.
The Dow Jones Transportation Average and the Dow Jones Industrial Average both made fresh highs Friday, a classic bullish sign for investors who follow the charts. What does it mean going forward?
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United Parcel Service saw its shares fall sharply after the world's largest shipping carrier cut profit guidance, indicating more troubles for the US economy.
Stocks are trudging along and have held up fairly well in the face of some not so good news and ahead of the barrage of next week's earnings reports.
Plus, Intel drags down tech, breaking news from American Airlines and UPS and much more.
United Parcel Service, the world's largest shipping carrier, cut its first-quarter profit guidance Tuesday, and its shares fell in late trading.
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New hope that the credit crisis is nearing an end sends stocks soaring as investors say good riddance to Q1. Also, the latest on Microsoft-Yahoo, Merck and Schering and more.
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Stocks surge as gold sells off and oil settles. Get the news behind the headlinds as an historic week on Wall Street comes to an end.
Stocks closed higher Thursday, boosted by a late-breaking Federal Reserve announcement, a better-than-expected regional manufacturing report and an upbeat analyst note on financials. Oil prices were back above $100 a barrel.
For the short week ending Thursday, March 20, 2008 the US Markets ended up. Market moving events include the JP Morgan Chase takeover of Bear Stearns and a Fed rate cut of 75 basis points. The Dow gained 420 points on Tuesday, only to give back 293 points the next day. A rally today kept the Dow, S&P, and NASDAQ up 3.43%, 3.21%, and 2.06% for the week, their best performance in 7 weeks. Next week, the markets will watch for the economic data including Durable Goods, GDP, and Personal Income numbers. Earnings from Lennar (LEN) will give another read on the housing sector.
Stocks turned sharply higher Thursday after a closely-watched regional manufacturing report came in better than expected. Commodity prices continued to recede.
Wall Street was poised to open slightly higher on the last day of trading of the week before the Easter break, as investors hoped for a little breather.
Dollar rallying again today, up 1.7 percent since the close on Monday. The bold analyst call of the day (week, month, year?) goes to Punk Ziegel's Richard Bove, who last night titled his piece, "The Financial Crisis is Over," calling the Bear Stearns sale the watershed event, and concluded by saying "this is a once in a generation opportunity" to buy financial stocks.