Without a big oil price turnaround on the near horizon and as Russia's situation becomes increasingly unstable, it's time to consider what Buffett and the billionaires are doing.
Delta has again attacked American, boasting on an employee Web site that profit sharing enables it to pay its employees better than its rival does.
Whole Foods co-CEO Walter Robb has one message for the likes of Target, Walmart, and Kroger: Bring it on.
These names should jump higher if oil prices rally next year, but don't carry enough debt to make them bankruptcy risks.
MacroGenics Inc. (NASDAQ:MGNX), Rite Aid Corporation (NYSE:RAD) and Voltari Corporation (NASDAQ:VLTC) made major gains on the market this Thursday. Posting losses are Silicon Image Inc. (NASDAQ:SIMG), Linn Energy LLC (NASDAQ:LINE) and SandRidge Energy Inc. (NYSE:SD). Rite Aid Climbs on Impressive Earnings MacroGenics Inc. climbed +15.66% today, putting its one-month gain at +37.63%. The clinical-stage biopharmaceutical […] The post Leon Cooperman’s Comments Spur SandRidge Energy Plunge appeared first on ValueWalk.
The stock markets in the United Stated extended its upward momentum today. The Down Jones and S&P 500 and NASDAQ recorded more than 2% gains driven by the commitment of the Federal Reserve to be patient regarding the timing of an interest-rate increase. The equities in the United States lost $1 trillion in value from […] The post Market News: OvaScience, International Business Machines, Tupperware Brands appeared first on ValueWalk.
Strategists aren't cutting back their 2015 forecasts despite the Fed's signal on Wednesday that rates will be rising next year.
The markets and crude oil finally break apart after weeks in lockstep as stocks soar even as commodity prices continue a steep decline.
Stocks hold onto soaring gains through to Thursday's afternoon session.
BlackBerry will report its third quarter results before the markets open Friday. Can its newly released Classic phone pay off in a big way in 2015?
The enterprise IT winners and losers of 2014 aren't likely to change their stripes in 2015.
A new deal announced Wednesday between DISH and Netflix shows how the streaming video service is repositioning itself.
Midtown Manhattan is Amazon's first service area for quick deliveries of diapers, smartphones, pet food and more.
Oracle shares surge Thursday after the software giant reports better-than-expected quarterly results. Here's what analysts said.
American Realty Capital Properties (ARCP) shares closed trading down following a lawsuit by a former top executive.
Gramercy Property Trust (GPT) raised the number of shares it is selling to 52 million from 45 million for a public offering that will commence on December 16.
U.S. stock futures dip as crude oil prices slide to below $63 a barrel; U.S. lawmakers agree on a $1.1 trillion spending bill; BP announces a $1 billion restructuring.
Rite Aid shares spiked more than 12% after the drugstore chain boosted its guidance for the year. Here's what analysts said.
Here's what small-business owners fear, although they are hopeful overall.
Seventy-one percent of small-business owners expect their overall financial situation to be very or somewhat good over the next 12 months, according to the Wells Fargo/Gallup Small Business Index.
Financial services firms and entities spent more on the 2014 election cycle than any mid-terms prior. Here are the 15 that spent the most.
Proper tax planning now will help you reduce taxes on investment gains, as well as take advantage of tactics that might not be available in the future.
Investors, now is the time to start taking steps to lower the amount of cash you'll have to fork over to Uncle Sam in April.
U.S. expats are renouncing citizenship in large numbers in response to a new tax law that extends Uncle Sam's reach across the borders.
The new GOP majority in Congress should take up the president's issues, but give them a conservative twist to promote investment and jobs.