Wall Street set to open higher on strong earnings from Dow members
Wednesday, 23 January 2019 () U.S. stocks were set to open higher on Wednesday, with strong earnings from Dow components IBM, United Technologies and Procter & Gamble looking to propel a rebound after Wall Street suffered its second biggest decline in 2019.
Comcast bested media analysts’ fourth-quarter (Q4) financial predictions thanks to some key tax adjustments and a pair of ticket-moving movies in “Dr. Seuss’s The Grinch” and “Halloween.” Wall Street had forecast Q4 earnings per share (EPS) of 62 cents on $27.55 billion in revenue, per a...
According to Reuters, equity markets on Wall Street closed higher for a second consecutive day.
By the closing bell on Feb. 13th, the Dow Jones Industrial Average was up almost half a percent.
According to Reuters, equity markets on Wall Street managed to maintain a rally for a second day.
By the closing bell on Feb. 13th, the Dow Jones Industrial Average was up about half a percent, while..
Roughly 70% of S&P 500 companies have reported earnings according to data from FactSet. So far, the average earnings growth rate year-over-year for the fourth quarter is 13.3%, beating expectations of..
According to Reuters, stocks around the world are trading higher. On Feb. 12th, MSCI's all country world stock index rose by 1.2-percent with its biggest boosts coming from Japan and the United States...
FLIR Systems Inc (NASDAQ:FLIR) stock climbed in premarket trade Wednesday after it posted fourth-quarter earnings that beat Wall Street analyst expectations.... Proactive Investors Also reported by •WorldNews •The Wrap •Seattle Times
By Stephen Culp NEW YORK (Reuters) - Wall Street see-sawed on Monday, rarely straying far from opening levels as investors eyed ongoing U.S.-China trade talks,... Firstpost Also reported by •The Wrap •Business Insider •FXstreet.com