GM's blowout report today just gave a big boost to quarterly estimates.
CNBC's Bob Pisani looks at standout earnings reports from Sherwin-Williams, Southwest as well as Dover's comments on the oil data. Also the world's largest contract drug manufacturer Patheon is going public.
Home equity is back, and headed for the bathroom, or the kitchen or the garage, or wherever today's homeowners see the greatest returns.
Morgan Stanley analysts advised clients to buy a group of companies they are confident will pop on earnings.
Rising house prices boosted home equity by $260 billion in the first quarter alone. How are homeowners responding?
Brexit Alert! Jim Cramer shared his advice on moves to take if the market panics off of the Brexit vote.
Jim Cramer goes off the charts to look at home improvement stocks that could be ready to rebuild.
Sherwin-Williams rang the opening bell at the New York Stock Exchange Tuesday to mark its 150th anniversary.
Ringing today's opening bell are Sherwin-Williams Co. President John Morikis, at the NYSE; and Henry Schein CEO Stanley Bergman, at the Nasdaq.
Today's bell ringers are Sherwin-Williams Co. President John Morikis, at the NYSE; and Henry Schein CEO Stanley Bergman, at the Nasdaq.
Jim Cramer usually throws the red flag at stocks with high yield, but he thinks this one could be the real deal.
In January, much of the commentary around earnings was filled with terms like "cautious." Now companies are using words like "stable."
Morgan Stanley's research team believes a group of stocks could rally this earnings season.
Betting on housing sector and discretionary income growth with Sherwin-Williams.
Jim Cramer shares the secret signs in the stock market that earnings are getting ready to pop.
Though stocks slid Thursday, "Fast Money" traders saw upside for homebuilder and home improvement stocks.
7 ways to play the new era in housing with the Fast Money traders.
Sherwin-Williams crafted an escape route in its deal to buy Valspar, Breakingviews reports.
Jim Cramer believes this stock can survive and rally higher as presidential politics heat up.
Jim Cramer was surprised at the premium Sherwin-Williams paid for Valspar and outlined the implications to the rest of the industry.