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For the first time since the 2008 financial crisis a simple strategy of buying the stocks that had already gone up the most delivered a remarkable outperformance last year. Is it a sign of excess or the ...
UnitedHealth Group, Citigroup, CSX, Comerica and Interactive Brokers report quarterly results Tuesday as earnings season heats up.
2017 was the year that breathed life into European corporate profits. Now, investors and analysts are asking: Can the momentum continue?
BEIJING (AP) — Asian stock markets were mostly higher Tuesday following a holiday for U.S. markets as investorsed look ahead to American corporate earnings.
Major economic reports are limited this week so the focus for traders will be earnings.
U.S. equities and bond markets are closed Monday for the Martin Luther King Jr. Day on Monday, Jan. 15, providing a break before the corporate earnings season starts to pick up pace.
Dow futures charge higher, with investors away for the U.S. holiday, gains are still potentially in line for Tuesday when they return, as the dollar slumps anew.
Tech giant Facebook (FB) and Chinese smartphone company Xiaomi are joining hands to launch a VR (virtual reality) headset in China (MCHI). The deal could be a huge breakthrough for the social-media company because it could unlock growth in a country where its main business has been blocked by Chinese regulators.
The Zacks Analyst Blog Highlights: Progressive, Cigna, Selective Insurance Group and Brighthouse Financial
Analysts predict a steady recovery in earnings, even if oil prices don’t rise over the next two years. By Phil van Doorn.
The euro shot to a three-year high on Monday as optimism around growth buoyed expectations of tighter monetary policy from European Central Bank, while the chance of a pro-European Union coalition in Germany also boosted confidence in the continent. With the world in general and Europe in particular showing signs of sustained economic growth, global stock benchmarks jumped to new highs, even though investors are now pricing in the withdrawal of central banks' stimulus. The single currency climbed as much as 0.8 percent to $1.22965 at one stage on Monday, a price last seen in December 2014, just before the ECB first announced its government bond purchase program.