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Jobless claims and increasingly soggy-looking earnings news could set the tone for stocks Thursday, after a two-day rally fueled by the prospect of more Fed easing.
Check out which companies are making headlines after the bell Wednesday:
Riverbed Technology continues to make a case against itself for why it deserves any consideration among the ranks of the top cloud computing companies.
Get the "Mad Money" host's earnings expectations for Teradata, Airgas and AIG.
Here’s what “Mad Money” host Jim Cramer expects of select earnings in the days to come.
I have recently found myself secretly admiring the recent performance of one of Cisco’s chief rivals in F5 Networks, a company that I continue to consider grossly expensive by many standards — not the least of which stems from its price-to-earnings ratio of 42.
Earlier in the trading session, eBay shares were up as much as 16.6 percent, their best intraday gain since Oct. 2008.
Take a look at some of Thursday’s morning movers:
A rush of corporate earnings news should help steer stocks Thursday, but Europe’s sovereign debt crisis could come back into play, depending on the outcome of Spanish bond auctions.
Track companies making headlines after-the-bell Wednesday:
The “Mad Money” host identifies five themes that transcend the day-to-day noise in the market.
Stocks finished modestly higher Thursday, posting a three-day rally, thanks to a better-than-expected jobless claims report and as financials rallied following BofA's earnings report. Still, gains were largely muted throughout the session as investors hesitated to jump in following the recent run-up in stocks.
Shares of the following companies are showing unusual moves in Wednesday's trading session.
A new research report from Goldman Sachs finds that trading in exchange-traded funds does impact individual stocks, but not equally.
What follows is a look at stocks in the S&P 1,500 displaying unusual volume in Wednesday's trading session.
JP Morgan’s Thomas Lee points out that 53% of stocks have a P/E ratio of less than 12. That’s the lowest level since 2008. Should you just go for it and buy?
The "Fast Money" traders reveal what moves they plan to make on Tuesday.
U.S. stocks have tumbled 15 percent from a 52-week high three months ago as investors moved out of riskier assets on signs the economy is slowing. Still, a diverse group of S&P 500 stocks have climbed as much as 84 percent this year, according to a report from TheStreet.
This is the "Final Trade," where the "Fast Money" traders give you tomorrow’s best trades, right now.
Trader Mike Khouw examines a play on this technology name.