Stocks rallied Thursday as investors were encouraged by the latest jobless report and round of corporate earnings.
Futures indicated a higher open for Wall Street on Thursday as investors were encouraged by the latest jobless report and round of corporate earnings.
In this Web Extra you'll find the day's biggest winners and loser. Find out why shares of Tyco and Kellogg popped while AstraZeneca dropped.
The S&P 500 closed out its best month in nine years despite word that Chrysler will proceed with Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection.
Stocks benefited from economic "green shoots" in April but the question is whether the rally will be rained out in May.
Following are the day’s biggest winners and losers. Find out why shares of UPS and Northrop Grunman popped while Motorola and Capital One dropped.
Traders are watching tech as a bright spot in an otherwise tentative market, which is focused on a banking industry bailout, the economy and earnings news.
It appears the credit markets are easing with Tyco rolling out a major bond issue. So how does this impact a trader?
Don't be fooled by the low volume and lack of wild trading ranges. Lower volatility, and a shift into economically sensitive stocks and out of defensive names, are all positive signs. S&P 500 up 6 of the last 8 trading sessions.
Stocks fell to their lowest levels in two weeks as worries about a global slowdown spooked the market.
Tyco International warned that fiscal-year profit would be well below Wall Street forecasts because of the economic downturn and the impact of the stronger U.S. dollar, sending the industrial conglomerate's shares down nearly 13 percent.
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Following are the day’s biggest winners and losers. Find out why shares of Tyco and Research In Motion popped while Unilever and Akamai dropped.
Tyco Electronics, which makes connectors and other components for cars, airplanes and industrial uses, reported a higher-than-expected quarterly profit, but gave a forecast that disappointed some analysts.
Farewell April. you weren't as cruel to the stock market as you could have been.
GE reported first quarter earnings of $0.44, below the $0.51 consensus and $0.50-$0.53 guidance. Full year guidance was cut to $2.20-$2.30 from $2.42. Down 11 percent pre-open. This was the biggest miss most analysts can remember; certainly the biggest miss in over a decade.