US Stocks

Energy And Utilities Comes Short Being Wednesday Laggards

With a 2.1% loss, the shares of Energy companies are underperforming other sectors as of midday of Wednesday. Showing a 5.4% and 5.2% of loss, the Pioneer Natural Resources Co (Symbol: PXD) and ONEOK Inc. (Symbol: OKE), respectively, are among the large stocks which are lagging.

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US Stocks Turn Lower As Defensive Sectors Goes Trade Trend

After a period of shifting between minor gains and losses, the U.S. stocks were lower on Thursday, as a leap in bond revenues urged a selloff in defensive sectors including real estate and utilities while investors circled in mixed earning results and deal news amongst NXP Semiconductors and Qualcomm.

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BlackRock reports 20% decline in Q1 net income

BlackRock on Thursday announced a 20% fall in its earnings for the first quarter that ended March 31, 2016. The company registered a restructuring cost of $76 million in the current period with regard to its organization simplifying plan.

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S&P 500 index 2% upside, 20% downside, says Gundlach

Money manager Jeffrey Gundlach foresees the possibility of Standard& Poor's 500 index moving two percent upside and 20 percent downside. He considers the recent rebound in the market as a 'bear market rally.'

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Stocks rally higher as commodity prices rebound

The US stocks closed higher on Tuesday as investors begin to heavily buy shares as commodities producers slowly beginning to balance their output helping its price to rebound.

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Energy, healthcare triggers Wall Street gains; Nasdaq 100 hits 15-year high

US Stocks went up across sectors Monday largely due to the increases in the energy sector and the growing acquisition activities in healthcare. Reuters reported that the increases on the first trading day of November happened right after the impressive October figure, which is the best monthly performance of the major indexes in the last four years.

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Wall Street suffers worst quarter since 2011

The US stocks were beaten down adversely during the third quarter ended September as Wall Street recorded bleak performance in any quarter ever since 2011. Barring limited bargain buying, there was no much buying support in the market.

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The US stocks turn attractive on lower PE ratios

The US stocks turn attractive on lower PE ratios. The latest market crash might have eroded $2.1 trillion value in the market capitalization in the US stock markets, but equities are no more overpriced as price-to-earnings (PE) ratios turn attractive. According to ConvergEx, after the recent 10 percent drop in the US markets, no one can say that American stocks are expensive.

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US Stocks Rise as Earnings Season Begins

US stocks rose for a third consecutive day yesterday.

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US Gets Stable Credit View, Wall Street Ends Flat

The US Stocks were able to end up with little changes on Monday after the country's credit outlook was revised from negative to stable.

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