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Stocks lost steam in the last few minutes of trading to close mixed Thursday ahead of the government's monthly jobs figure and after EU officials said no agreement has been reached on additional funding for Greece.
In May, Wal-Mart reported its eighth consecutive quarterly decline in U.S. same-store sales. While this can, in part, be blamed on the difficulties facing its cash-strapped core shopper, several internal gaffes have also led to the company's struggles at home. ...A report from TheStreet.
Stocks rebounded from earlier lows, but wavered ahead of the close Thursday ahead of the government's monthly jobs figure and after EU officials said no agreement has been reached on additional funding for Greece.
Companies are scuttling plastic of all kinds wherever they can to cut back on rising energy costs. The New York Times reports.
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These companies could actually benefit from home foreclosures, Cramer said.
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Existing home sales, mortgage delinquencies, and MBA mortgage foreclosures data released Thursday were disappointing. The data continue to suggest that we are undergoing a very slow, unbalanced, and tenuous economic recovery.
Stocks ended near the highs of the session, reversing a three-day losing streak as commodity prices rebounded, and as the Federal Reserve gave no indication in its latest minutes that it plans to tighten monetary policy soon.
What follows is a roundup of corporate earnings reports for Wednesday, May 18.
Stocks rose in thin trading Wednesday after the release of Federal Reserve policy minutes outlining the central bank's thinking about how to tighten monetary policy when the time comes.
Is strength in the stock market on Wednesday a bullish signal or is the action nothing more than short covering as the market slides lower?
Stocks traded slightly higher, led by energy and materials stocks, ahead of the release of the Federal Reserve's policy meeting minutes this afternoon.
For the first time in two weeks, I'm hearing traders talk about stocks — and commodities — looking attractive. And why not? The S&P 500 is down almost 3 percent from the multiyear high it hit at the end of April. The CRB Index is down almost 10 percent this month.
Stock futures signaled a higher open Wednesday after several down days, boosted by some positive earnings reports, and following markets higher in Europe and Asia.
See what's happening, who's talking and what will be making headlines on Wednesday's Squawk on the Street.
Target reports quarterly numbers with Bill Ackman off its back, LinkedIn looks like the belle of the ball and now's your chance to own the Unabomber's hoodie. Here's what we're watching…
"We were deeply oversold and we got the bounce. Now I think we have resistance overhead in the 12,600, 12,700 area on the Dow," says one technical analyst.
How remodeling has helped boost these companies’ bottom line.