U.S. stock index futures pointed to a lower open on Wednesday as trader's expectations of an eight-day winning streak waned.
Lowe's, Target and Disney stocks are making moves this morning before the opening bell.
Some of the names on the move ahead of the open.
At some point, rising bond yields could start to sting stock prices, a scenario investors have not had to worry seriously about in the eight years since the financial crisis.
This is messy, says Brian Nagel, Oppenheimer & Company, breaking down Lowe's quarterly results which posted EPS of $0.88 Adj on revenues of $15.739 billion.
Stocks closed higher, lifted by a sharp rally in energy stocks, while the technology sector rebounded after a post-election sell-off.
The home improvement retailer's same-store sales also topped expectations.
Even as the retailer reiterated its confidence in internal initiatives and a robust economy, investors weren't impressed.
It's another very solid report, says Brian Nagel, Oppenheimer & Company, breaking down Home Depot's quarterly results, which posted EPS of $1.60 per share on revenues of $23.2 billion.
Stocks closed mixed, with the Dow Jones industrial average hitting a new all-time high and posting a six-day winning streak.
Here's why Mike Khouw of Optimize Advisors sees another rally ahead for Home Depot.
After a historic week, markets get back to the business of watching the Fed and economic data, but with a very new perspective.
Piper Jaffray says its survey of 400 homeowners found 47 percent plan to raise home improvement spending, down from the April survey.
The "Fast Money" traders share their final trades of the day, including Devon Energy Corp., Monsanto and more.
Shares of Lowe's dropped more than 1 percent Wednesday after JPMorgan lowered its rating on the company's stock.
Todd Gordon of TradingAnalysis.com thinks Lowe's is set to fall.
Goldman Sachs believes the market is expensive given the trend of shrinking profits for the S&P 500, but there are some companies bucking the trend.
Kyle Nel, Executive Director of Lowe's Innovation Labs, discusses the company's trial of the LoweBot, a robotic assistant, in stores.
Two traders give their takes on what to buy before Friday morning's jobs report.
The autonomous in-store robot will perform similar jobs as a store associate at select Lowe's locations.