The stock market recovered from a modest open to close higher heading into trading on Thursday. Awaiting traders and investors after the bell on Thursday are earning announcements from companies like Oracle and Research in Motion.
Ahead of trading on Wednesday, traders and investors took a moment to absorb the gains from the market’s 170+ day on Monday. Energy stocks in general remain in favor, and telecom stocks began to rebound in the wake of the AT&T/T-Mobile acquisition news.
The Dow finished up more than 170 points as M&A news in the telecom and brokerage industries encouraged buyers to resume the march higher begun late last week. Read more in the latest edition of 7 Stocks You Need to Know.
Stocks finished largely unchanged on the final trading day of the week, with buying in financials offsetting selling in energies. Find out which stocks are still trading at historically oversold levels ahead of Monday’s open in the latest 7 Stocks You Need to Know.
Buyers were eager at the open. But over the course of the trading day only energy stocks were able to keep buyers interested. Find out which stocks are making new short term highs and which stocks are pulling back deeper into oversold territory in the latest edition of 7 Stocks You Need to Know.
Sellers were back in force on Wednesday, sending stocks across sectors to new, short term oversold lows ahead of Thursday’s open. Energy stocks, relatively speaking, were spared the most aggressive selling with shares of Peabody Energy and Range Resources actually gaining on the day.
While energy shares continue to see heavy selling volume, traders have also begun taking profits in financials as well. Find out which stock are pulling back and which stocks are making new short term highs in the latest edition of 7 Stocks You Need to Know.
Both technology and energy remain in the crosshairs of sellers, sending a number of stocks from those sectors lower for a fourth day in a row. Read more in our latest edition of 7 Stocks You Need to Know.
Buyers swept back into the market on Tuesday, sending shares soaring from recent pullbacks above the 200-day moving average. Read more in the latest edition of 7 Stocks You Need to Know.
Seller were back in force on the first trading day of the week, sending the broader indices like the S&P 500 and Nasdaq 100 into oversold territory above the 200-day moving average.