In this installment of Investor Beat: Shares of the social networking giant rise on better-than-expected mobile ad revenue. But what's the company's next move?
Stocks have advanced throughout the day, recapturing much of Wednesday's losses.
Earnings are starting to look a bit better with half the S&P 500's quarterly results in. Revenue, however, is a different and bothersome story.
Garmin is initiated with an 'outperform,' and Transocean is downgraded to 'sell.'
Markets await interest rate decisions from the Bank of England and European Central Bank.
A dive in the stock of the global jobs portal should attract more suitors.
Stocks are lower, continuing Wednesday's slide, despite hints that a reversal might be ahead.
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The auto parts giant beats Wall Street expectations, while continuing to expand its stores in the U.S. and Mexico.
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