The Fast Money traders discuss industrials, one of the best performing sectors this week, up nearly 2 percent.
David M. Cote, executive chairman at Honeywell, says the company's defense business is likely to be given a boost as Japan and South Korea attempt protect themselves given the current situation on the Korean Peninsula.
The way the U.S. Congress deals with budget and spending legislation makes little sense, says David M. Cote, executive chairman at Honeywell.
North Korea's belligerence could boost Honeywell's defense business, Executive Chairman David Cote said.
Jim Cramer pinpoints five explanations for why the stock market's on fire despite a generally negative geopolitical layout.
Strategically it may be sensible, says Larry Bossidy, former Honeywell CEO, sharing his thoughts on United Technologies' bid for Rockwell Collins and how it will likely impact the sector.
Jim Cramer compiles a stock market dream team of technology, media and health care stocks.
Jim Cramer says the market stalls after major advances because of factors like the Federal Reserve and top technology stocks.
The “Fast Money” traders discuss which stocks will shine through the next solar eclipse including Apple, Alphabet, Alibaba, and Honeywell.
Some portfolio managers see further downside ahead for the industrial giant, and are advising investors to stay away.
Jim Cramer draws comparisons between fantasy football and investing and shares his strategy for picking winners.
CNBC took a look at the post-earnings performance of the largest targets where activists announced stakes this year.
Jim Cramer rattles off his take on callers' favorite stocks, including tobacco product giant Philip Morris International.
The new CEO said he has met with 100 investors to get their views on the company as he begins a deep-dive into GE's different businesses.
Corporate executives are getting caught in a waiting game of sorts for their shiny new luxury planes.
Jim Cramer flies through his take on callers' favorite stocks, including his three favorite background chip plays.
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U.S. stock index futures pointed to a relatively flat open on Friday, as investors continued to wade through another selection of earnings.
Some of the names on the move ahead of the open.
Honeywell reported a 5.5 percent rise in second-quarter profit, helped by strength in its aerospace, and performance materials and technologies businesses.