United Technologies Corp (NYSE:UTX)

McDonald’s, Boeing Prop up DJIA on Friday

March 17, 2017: Markets opened higher again Friday and traded close to the break-even line until about noon when shares started moving higher. Leading indicators and consumer sentiment readings were ...
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UBS Makes a Huge Addition to Quality Growth at a Reasonable Price Portfolio

While it seems almost impossible, the first quarter of 2017 is about ready to be put in the books, and what a quarter it’s been. Stocks have continued the Trump ...
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JPMorgan, Exxon Sink DJIA on Wednesday

February 8, 2017: Markets opened lower Wednesday and the blue chippers of the DJIA never made it above the break-even line. Counter-cyclical sectors were the day's leading gainers while financial ...
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Top Analyst Upgrades and Downgrades: Hasbro, Johnson & Johnson, Mattel, MetLife, United Rentals, UTC, Williams and More

Stocks rallied on Tuesday and then really got a bump on Wednesday, and the Dow Jones Industrial Average finally cracked the 20,000 level. There remains a path to Dow 21,422 ...
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Aircraft Engine Sales Lift United Technologies Earnings

United Technologies Corp. (NYSE: UTX) reported fourth-quarter and full-year 2016 results before markets opened Wednesday morning. For the quarter, the industrial conglomerate posted an adjusted diluted earnings per share (EPS) ...
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France’s Safran to Pay $9 Billion for Aircraft Seat Maker Zodiac

A deal that would create the world's third-largest supplier to the aerospace industry was announced Thursday morning. France's Safran said it has agreed to acquire cabin-interior maker Zodiac Aerospace for ...
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Wal-Mart, United Technologies Weigh on DJIA Friday

January 13, 2017: Markets opened higher Friday but the blue chips spent the day slowing losing the early gain. The financials and consumer discretionary stocks were performing best among the ...
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The Bullish View for Conglomerates in 2017: GE Over 3M and United Technologies

Last year was a huge one for the stock and bond markets. The bull market in equities has come close to being eight years old, and the Dow Jones Industrial Average ...
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Apple, United Technologies Sink DJIA on Friday

December 30, 2016: Markets opened slightly higher Friday but in a repeat of Thursday's action, traded mostly in the red all day. The day before a three-day holiday weekend often ...
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5 UBS Quality Growth at a Reasonable Price Stocks to Own for 2017

Despite the awesome success of the market during the so-called Trump Rally, it’s becoming clear that the market is tired, and we possibly have run a little too far, too ...
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Microsoft, Intel Take DJIA Higher Monday

December 19, 2016: Markets opened higher again Monday as investors intent on driving indexes to new highs and the DJIA above 20,000. A look at the S&P sectors shows telecoms ...
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Insider Buying Volume Big as Trump Rally Rolls On: Transdigm, Medicines Company, Medley Capital, W&T Offshore and More

Another week, another solid performance for stocks, as the rally that started after the presidential election continues. We believe that it is very possible the Trump rally could have legs into ...
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Chevron, GE Lead DJIA Higher Friday

October 28, 2016: Markets opened mixed Friday following a strong first reading on third-quarter GDP. Investors view this as a signal that a Fed rate increase may be on its ...
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Caterpillar, Boeing Sink DJIA on Thursday

October 27, 2016: Markets opened higher Thursday as corporate earnings reports once again stand in for economic news. After the market closes today, more of the high-tech giants will post ...
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UTC’s Role in Bombardier’s Decision to Shed 14,500 Jobs

Canadian commercial jet maker Bombardier announced Friday morning that it plans to cut an additional 7,500 jobs over the next two years. The company had already announced in February that ...
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