April 17, 2015: Here are four stocks among the 37 equities making new 52-week lows today. American Express Co. (NYSE: AXP) dropped about 5.4% on Friday to post a new 52-week low of $76.53 against a…
April 17, 2015: Markets opened lower again on Friday following the monthly report showing that the consumer price index rose just 0.2% in March. The possibility of a Greek default on sovereign debt…
S&P, which is evaluating the Nokia and Alcatel-Lucent merger from a credit perspective, sees the combined companies in a positive light.
Beginning this weekend, Verizon Communications FiOS customers will be able to subscribe to a new plan for a total price of $55 a month.
A Credit Suisse report sees some distinct advantages for small cap stocks in 2015, as headwinds are continuing to mount for large cap stocks.
What can we expect from U.S. coal miners as they report first-quarter earnings beginning next week?
Akebia Therapeutics shares hit a new 52-week low after the company announced the pricing for its secondary offering.
The Conference Board released its Leading Economic Index (LEI) for March and the University of Michigan’s Consumer Sentiment index was released with a first look at April.
While few people may want to admit it, but more and more cosmetic surgery and treatments are being done every year. The sales potential is in the billions.
It appears that Merrill Lynch analysts Kenneth Bruce and Charlie Pratt were right when they downgraded Synchrony Financial in recent weeks.