|Bid||128.4000 x 200|
|Ask||128.4500 x 100|
|Day's range||127.8050 - 128.7600|
|52-week range||85.2700 - 132.5000|
|PE ratio (TTM)||21.34|
|Earnings date||22 Nov 2017|
|Dividend & yield||2.40 (1.87%)|
|1y target est||130.74|
Amazon has partnered with Olo, a New York-based food delivery service, to bring Olo's clients to Amazon Restaurants.
U.S. stocks lost ground late to end lower on Friday following a White House-focused week that raised more questions about the Trump administration's ability to implement its pro-growth agenda. While the day's losses were small, Friday marked the first time stocks haven't risen the day after a more than 1 percent drop since Donald Trump was elected president on Nov. 8.
U.S. stocks ended down slightly after another volatile session on Friday following the latest White House shakeup and increased focus on the outlook for the Trump administration's agenda and post-election rally. While the day's losses were small, Friday marked the first time stocks haven't risen the day after a more than 1 percent drop since Donald Trump was elected president on Nov. 8. Thursday's 1.5-percent drop in the S&P 500 came a week after a similar fall but was only the fourth decline of more than 1 percent for the index this year.
The S&P 500 was barely higher Friday afternoon as investors assessed the latest White House shakeup, while shares of sporting goods retailers and Deere weighed on the market following disappointing results. The White House announced President Donald Trump fired chief strategist Steve Bannon on Friday. Bannon is known as an economic nationalist and an advocate of "America First" policies.
There hasn't been a significant market pullback since the end of 2015, but could it finally be time for the one so many have been trying to forecast?
Deere reported a better-than-expected quarterly profit, helped by improving demand for its farm equipment, particularly in South America.
President Donald Trump, often seizing on the stock market's post-election gains as a personal victory, may now have gotten on the market's bad side.
Farm manufacturer stocks Agco and Deere drop more than 2 percent after USDA reports higher-than-expected crop yields.
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The report could signal a strong government payrolls report on Friday that includes hiring in both public and private sectors, which would cement expectations for an interest rate hike by the Federal Reserve in two weeks.
Deere management expressed cautious optimism about the ag outlook for its South American business despite growing political uncertainty in Brazil.
U.S. stocks rose but closed below their session highs on renewed concerns about Donald Trump's presidency, after two new reports related to a federal investigation into possible coordination between Russia and Trump's election campaign. A senior White House adviser is a significant person of interest in the law enforcement investigation of possible Russian ties, the Washington Post reported on Friday, citing people familiar with the matter. Separately the New York Times reported that Trump told Russian officials at the White House that firing FBI Director James Comey relieved "great pressure" from the ongoing probe.
U.S. stocks rallied on Friday as strong corporate earnings lifted investors' spirits in a week dominated by uncertainty surrounding Donald Trump's U.S. presidency. Wall Street's major indexes were down for the week and Nasdaq was set for its biggest weekly drop since mid-April after reports earlier this week that Trump tried to interfere in a federal investigation. Trump left on Friday for his first foreign trip since taking office in the hopes of shifting the focus away from domestic controversies.
U.S. stock index futures pointed to a higher open on Friday morning as concerns over the stability of the U.S. administration ease.
European sales of agricultural machinery look set to rebound in 2017 after a three-year slump as rising demand in Germany and sectors like olive growing offset weakness in France, an industry group said. Manufacturers, who include U.S. giants Deere & Co (Hamburg: 924235.HM - news) . Parts suppliers reported notably healthy orders, typically an early indicator of a pickup in industry activity, CEMA's Secretary General Ulrich Adam told Reuters.
Shares of Tractor Supply fall after the company reported disappointing same-store sales results to start the year.
"The main challenge is… to get people who can cope with digital," said Philippe Cochet, GE's chief productivity officer.
Deere CEO Samuel Allen also said he is worried a border adjusted tax would hurt his company's farmer customers.
The new chief executive of diamond miner Alrosa said on Thursday he would remain committed to the Russian state-controlled company's strategy, which has focused on mining, selling non-core assets and increasing production organically. Russia appointed Sergey Ivanov Jr, son of the former head of the Kremlin (IOB: 0Q8D.IL - news) administration, as the new head of the world's largest producer of rough diamonds this month, prompting some analysts to ask whether he would start diversifying into diamond polishing or other commodities.
Jim Cramer lays out why oil and interest rates could influence the market more than earnings next week.