CarMax shares popped after it reported better than expected quarterly results before the markets opened on Tuesday.
China had a lot more to lose than the United States in the trade war over tariffs and policies. That is still true, but U.S. companies are feeling the burn too.
Every country in the world is best at something. Some superlatives are positive – France is probably proud of the fact it’s the most visited country in the world – and others are not. Who wants...
Ford sales in China declined by nearly half year over year in October and are down by nearly a third for the first 10 months of 2018.
CarMax released disappointing fourth-quarter financial results before the markets opened on Wednesday.
CarMax reported mixed fiscal third-quarter financial results before the markets opened on Thursday.
Moody’s has downgraded China’s credit rating. The new "stable" outlook seems to mean that the balance of risk and upside are now adequately reflected in the larger global macroeconomic picture.
Frontier Communications has just lost one of the remaining bulls, which slashed the price target by two-thirds. Is the dividend supportable?
CarMax released a mixed fiscal third-quarter earnings report before the markets opened on Tuesday.
Sales of Ford Motor Co. (NYSE: F) vehicles in China totaled 88,248 units, according to a company announcement made early Wednesday morning. That represents a drop of 2.5% year over year for the...
The top dividend-paying telecommunication stocks had a very solid first quarter, due in part to the fact that the first six weeks of the quarter were a nightmare as the market was hit extremely hard.
CarMax reported its fiscal fourth-quarter financial results before the markets opened on Thursday.
According to Merrill Lynch, the Frontier Communications dividend is becoming less risky. The firm's price target suggests huge upside.
In a year when almost every sector is still mired in negative performance, or flat at best, the telecom and utility sectors have posted double-digit gains.
Deutsche Bank analysts acknowledge that while defensive and safer in nature, the top yielding telecom stocks and the sector as a whole have a challenging growth trajectory in the near term.