Wal-Mart Stores Inc (NYSE: WMT) reported second quarter earnings and revenue beats and raised its full-year guidance on Thursday morning. Unfortunately for Walmart investors, you wouldn’t know the good news by looking at the company’s stock, which was initially down more than 3 percent following the report.
The newly-released Federal Reserve meeting minutes from its July meeting kept investors guessing about when to expect the next interest rate hike and when the Fed will begin to unwind its bloated balance sheet. For now, the best news for investors may be that Fed members see no obvious cause for concern about the record-high U.S. stock…
Urban Outfitters, Inc. (Nasdaq: URBN) shares soared more than 21 percent on Wednesday after the company reported second-quarter earnings that blew Wall Street’s expectations out of the water. Like many other U.S retailers, Urban Outfitters is facing a difficult environment, but the latest numbers could be a sign the company and its stock have weathered the worst…
The bond market is giving Amazon.com’s (Nasdaq: AMZN) bond sale a better credit rating than the one offered to Tesla (TSLA) investors last week.
With the sporting goods competition dropping like flies, Dick’s Sporting Goods Inc. (ticker: DKS) was unable to take advantage of the opportunity in the second quarter. On Tuesday, Dick’s reported disappointing second-quarter earnings and lowered its full-year guidance in the face of what it calls a “challenging retail environment.”
President Donald Trump will be taking steps to follow through with one of his most controversial campaign promises this week as the U.S. is set to begin trade talks with Canada and Mexico.
Tesla Inc. (TSLA) completed its first ever traditional, non-convertible bond sale on Friday, raising $1.8 billion of much-needed cash. The bond auction went off without a hitch for Tesla and was an encouraging sign to Tesla bulls that bond investors are as optimistic about the company as shareholders.
The list of high-profile investors and economists warning of a potential bond marketcollapse is getting longer by the week. Fortunately, for investors looking to hedge their bullish bets or profit off of a bursting bond bubble, there are several investment funds designed to rise as bond prices fall.
Just over two weeks after Twitter, Inc. (ticker: TWTR) reported horrendous second-quarter numbers that sent shares tumbling to their lowest level in months, Snap Inc. (SNAP) shares plummeted to new all-time lows on Friday after the company’s own quarterly earnings report missed the mark.
Quick-serve restaurant stocks have been on a tear in recent months, climbing an average of 10 percent since the end of March. However, Bank of America analyst Gregory Francfort says investors should still have plenty of appetite for McDonald’s Corporation (NYSE: MCD) stock.