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Disney shares are going to either "break down or break out" soon, said trader Steve Grasso.
Shares of Skechers rose nearly 16 percent Thursday after the company's CEO disclosed that he purchased 500,000 shares of the company.
The Dow Jones transportation average hit a new multiyear high dating back to March 2015 on Thursday.
The biggest taxpayers in American business are the smallest companies, and that has added to their speculative appeal.
S&P estimates that, in a perfect world, the impact of slashing the highest-in-the-world U.S. rate could produce an 11 percent boost.
A contrarian indicator by Bank of America suggests the market could rally 19 percent in the next 12 months.
With more upbeat consumers, and signs they are spending, it may be time to shift investment from quick service to casual dining stocks.
Given "expected headwinds," the consensus estimate for earnings per share of $3.25 is "too optimistic," Caterpillar said.
Cramer says "When you talk to bankers behind the scenes, they continue to say, look, you need your car to go to work."
The essential question is whether Disney is better off competing with Netflix or spending that amount to buy the content-streaming leader.
Guggenheim upgrades Darden to buy from neutral, and downgrades McDonald's and Wendy's to neutral from buy.
The rally in industrials is far from over, according to one technician.
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Jack Micenko of Susquehanna downgrades regional banks Wells Fargo, U.S. Bancorp, Regions Financial and Zions Bancorp to neutral.
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