Nordstrom Inc. shares rally in the extended session Thursday after the department store chain tops Wall Street earnings expectations and raises the lower level of its earnings outlook.
Amazon.com Inc.’s Prime Video is seeing stars with its December releases.
Defensive positioning makes sense in this market environment. After all, the bull market in U.S. stocks is getting long in the tooth, trade headlines are all over the map, political tensions continue to ramp up and stocks just keep chugging into record territory. But are investors getting TOO defensive?
Climate-change policy experts worry that a lack of detailed candidate plans with price tags, competition with the health-care issue and the limitations of a debate format relegate the environment to low priority heading into the 2020 race, even as Wall Street and Corporate America step up their own attention on the issue.
‘Markets think this pie is baked, cooled and ready to serve,’ Colas said. ‘If you aren’t as sanguine, ‘you need to be lightening up on risk exposure right now.’
Mergers could create a spike in prices but, overall, there are pricing pressures in the industry.
Some on Wall Street are skeptical about the new Tesla Inc. pickup truck — it could be so futuristic that it would leave traditional pickup buyers unhappy with its design.
Colgate-Palmolive Co. will share the intellectual property of its new fully-recyclable toothpaste tube with competitors, a move that comes as the home-goods industry faces mounting pressure from eco-conscious shoppers.
As winter sets in, Netflix Inc. will provide a perfect excuse to stay inside and curl up on the couch this December, releasing a pair of potential Oscar contenders, a host of comedy specials and what it hopes can be its own version of “Game of Thrones.”
Criticizing White House hopeful Joe Biden’s recent “gateway drug” comment on marijuana, rival Cory Booker delivered a zinger at Wednesday night’s Democratic presidential debate.