The last full week of March was choppy and took away most of the 2015 gains for the Dow and the S&P. Still, investors keep looking for value.
How will the worldâ€™s largest retailer, Wal-Mart, respond to Amazon’s expanding Prime Now delivery service and, potentially, a Prime Air delivery service using drones?
This past week was yet another one that took some of the charge out of the bulls. 24/7 Wall St. wanted to highlight the worst large stocks of the year.
Daimler, maker of Mercedes-Benz cars and vans, said on Friday that it will expand its product line to include mid-size pickup “before the end of the decade.”
In the week ended March 27, the number of rigs drilling for oil in the United States totaled 813, compared with 825 in the prior week.
The 787-10 is the longest version of Boeing’s Dreamliner and can seat more passengers than the 787-8 and the 787-9. Boeing plans to deliver the first 787-10 planes in 2018.
After a week like this past one, most investors are glad to see the market closed for a couple of days so the dust can settle.
We have seen an increase in insider selling since the end of the fourth-quarter earnings reporting season, so this past week’s action can hardly be described as panicked.
The collapse of the Tesla Motors share price continued throughout the week as it approached a 52-week low.
The headline from the Bureau of Labor Statistics report on state unemployment for February is that Nebraska became the state with the lowest unemployment.