It’s the first big week of earnings, but don’t overlook how important of a week it is for housing too. Since the housing tax credit expired at the end of April, not only have housing stocks been hit hard, but the broader markets have also noticeably suffered too.
The stock market is fixating on crumbling confidence in the U.S. economic recovery and may continue to ignore the good news that's likely to show up in corporate earnings reports in the coming week.
The Mad Money host gives the lowdown on what you should be watching next week.
The Dow halted a 7-day winning streak on Thursday to end the week down 1%. Financial stocks were down the most among the major S&P 500 sectors, posting a loss of nearly 3%.
Plus, get calls on a key segment of the tech group.
Stocks closed higher Tuesday, the sixth straight session of gains, as investors focused on earnings and shrugged off a downgrade on Portugal. .
Stocks opened higher Tuesday as investors shrugged off a downgrade on Portugal, instead focusing on earnings. The Dow jumped over 100 points at the start, led by Alcoa, after the company kicked off earnings season with a beat. Apple shares fell.
Ahead of earnings season, how should you balance broad economic headwinds against what may be attractive single stock stories?
These Mad Money maxims should help generate the most money possible for your future.
US stocks posted their best weekly gain since July 17, 2009, with the S&P 500 rising 5.41%. Next week, Alcoa will kick off Q2 earnings season, scheduled to report after the bell on Monday.
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The problems caused by underfunded pension have been swept under the rug for years, but as Ken Hackel points out, that is about to change or should change.
It isn’t all about up, up, up, Cramer says.
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Stocks skidded Friday after disappointing reports on jobs and factory orders, capping a dismal week in which the Dow lost 4.5 percent.
Following a dismal second quarter, with all three major US indices posting their worst decline since Q2 2002, the Dow, S&P and NASDAQ Composite finished the week in the red, with their worst weekly performance since May 7.
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US stocks posted their worst second-quarter performance since Q2 2002, as uncertainty in the health of the global economy led investors to take profits off the table.