Wednesday, November 11, 2015 With not much on the domestic data docket and the bond market taking the day off in honor of Veteran’s Day, Chinese data is front and center in today’s session. Today’s data out of Source
Boeing’s ( BA ) wide body jets that coming off leases are expected to create a glut in the aircraft market. The excess supply of wide body jets is creating a bubble in the industry. While the wide body Source
Priceline ( PCLN ) had a very successful third quarter despite currency headwinds dampening a part of its earnings. The main focus of the earnings call was Priceline’s Booking.com’s growth and how it is helping Priceline maintain its leadership position in Source
Tuesday’s session closes with the NASDAQ Composite Index at 5,083.24. The total shares traded for the NASDAQ was over 1.84 billion. Declining stocks led advancers by 1.04 to 1 ratio. There were 1396 advancers and 1457 decliners for the Source
As somebody who was trained in and worked for nearly twenty years in the interbank foreign exchange market, I guess I should be pleased that the often-ignored currency market is in the news right now. The relative strength of the dollar has led to almost every CEO who is...
By Louis Navellier, Editor, Blue Chip Growth When you think of industrials, it’s easy to think of the Dow Jones Industrial Average. But that index takes a very narrow view of this important sector. None of the seven industrials with great fundamentals that we feature here —...
Monday, November 9, 2015 The major indexes are on track to start today’s session modestly in the red, with market participants trying to handicap the Fed’s next move in light of Friday’s labor market reading. Weak data out of Source
Benchmarks finished mixed on Friday as stronger than expected jobs report raised the possibility of a rate hike in December. While increased rate hike possibilities boosted financial stocks, it had a negative impact on the utilities sector. While the Source
Monday’s session closes with the NASDAQ Composite Index at 5,095.30. The total shares traded for the NASDAQ was over 1.8 billion. Declining stocks led advancers by 2.3 to 1 ratio. There were 868 advancers and 2000 decliners for the Source