Monday was a positive day for the broad U.S. markets, with all three major indexes starting out the week on a positive note. Crude oil took a small step forward in the session. The S&P 500...
Monday was a down day for the broad U.S. markets. We are now in the busiest week of this earnings season with 12 Dow components reporting. If anything these major companies will set a direction for...
Some investors believe that the transportation stocks have to do well for the stock market to do well. After all, if people and goods are not being transported around the country and the globe then...
Concealed guns may soon be legal in all 50 states, Elon Musk wants to bring high speed trains to Chicago, and other important headlines.
Wednesday was a down day for the broad U.S. markets, with all the major averages giving back some of their gains from earlier in the week. Crude oil was massively down backing off its recent highs....
In the Merrill Lynch research database we found five stocks that are rated Buy but have been beaten down and offer perhaps a degree of safety in a very expensive and tired stock market.
Tuesday was another positive day for the broad U.S. markets. Despite a grueling congressional hearing for Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg, Tech stocks helped to push the markets higher. At the same...
McClatchy makes large staff cuts, American Airlines cuts flights because of fuel prices, Uber picks a chief financial officer, and other important business headlines.
April 11, 2017: The S&P 500 closed lower on the day, down 0.14% and 3.34 points to 2,353.82. Separately the DJIA barely closed down 0.03% on the day at 20,651.82, down approximately 6.41 points.
A French court dismissed a 1.3 billion tax bill levied on Alphabet, global PC shipments dropped in the second quarter and OPEC compliance with its production cuts has started to fail.
The Boeing 737 Max 8 could be grounded into 2020. American Airlines has announced that the problem will cause it to cancel 115 flights a day.
American Airlines will lay off 5,000 people. The airline has been crippled by the sharp decline in travel.
The best and the worst of U.S. airlines, according to recent data. The moral of the story is that price is not everything.
American Airlines has reportedly added $500 million to the amount the company plans to raise in new debt and stock offerings, bringing the total raised to $4 billion.
American Airlines is the latest of the major U.S. carriers to raise capital as the industry suffers through its worst crisis ever.