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  • Open 2,983.50
  • Day Range 2,982.23 - 2,993.23
  • 52 Week Range 2,346.58 - 3,027.98

Performance

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  • -0.32%
1 Month
  • 3.82%
3 Month
  • 1.46%
YTD
  • 19.20%
1 Year
  • 2.36%

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4 Reasons Target Stock Will Continue Outperforming

Target stock has surged past the S&P 500, and Walmart stock this year. Credit Suisse analyst Seth Sigman reiterated an Outperform rating and $112 price target on Target, following his recent meetings with company executives.

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Vape sales are falling on fears about the outbreak of vaping-related lung illness

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This broad-based ETF is outperforming the S&P 500 while guarding against declines

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Dupixent Is Big for Sanofi and Regeneron, Analysts Write

Guggenheim analysts upgraded both Sanofi and Regeneron in part because of optimism about an antibody drug that treats a range of diseases on which the two companies have collaborated.

Lululemon initiated at overweight on growth potential in men's

Lululemon Athletica Inc. was initiated at overweight by Piper Jaffray analysts, who are bullish on the company's growth potential in the men's category. Piper Jaffray has a $227 price target on Lululemon shares. "[W]e are confident men's business can more than double with current assortment breadth and segmentation," the note said. "In fiscal year 2019, men's was ~$700 million of Lululemon Athletica's sales - this compares to $9 billion of Nike's men's apparel." Piper Jaffray is also optimistic about growth overseas. In China, there are just 28 stores and profitability is on the rise in Europe. Finally, the company's loyalty program could be an "upside catalyst" and the newly-launched beauty products are doing well. Lululemon is testing a "pay-to-enroll" program that analysts say could contribute $700 million in sales and about $1 in earnings per share. Lululemon stock is up 59.2% for the year to date while the S&P 500 index has gained 19.1% for the period.

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How to profit from the ‘best of both worlds’ in stock investing

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U.S. economy stabilizes in September, IHS Markit finds, but more firms cutting jobs

Nvidia's stock jumps after analyst raises price target

Shares of Nvidia Corp. jumped 1.4% in morning trading Monday, after SunTrust Robinson Humphrey analyst William Stein raised his price target, citing evidence of constructive demand trends and expectations of improving profitability. "Of our proprietary semi and component supply chain contacts, multiple pointed to improving demand trends in all end markets: gaming, pro-viz, automotive, and most important, datacenter," Stein wrote in a note to clients. Stein kept his rating at buy, which he's had since July 2017, boosted his target to $216 from $210. The stock's gain comes while the PHLX Semiconductor Index edged up 0.7%. Over the past three months, Nvidia shares have rallied 15.4%, the chip sector index has advanced 11.6% and the S&P 500 has gained 1.4%.

Southwest's stock gains after BofA upgrade, American shares fall after downgrade

Shares of Southwest Airlines Co. rose 0.3% in morning trading while American Airlines Group Inc.'s stock fell 0.8%, after BofA Merrill Lynch analyst Andrew Didora upgraded one and downgraded the other, saying he was becoming more selective on airlines as demand indicators slow and domestic capacity is expected to increase. Meanwhile, the NYSE Arca Airline Index declined 0.6%. Didora upgraded Southwest to buy from neutral while cutting American to neutral from buy. He also downgraded Spirit Airlines Inc. to underperform from neutral, sending the stock down 1.9%. Didora said he doesn't expect unit revenue to accelerate for the industry in the current environment, and therefore prefers airlines that have the cost structure to drive margin expansion. He expects Southwest to be a Key beneficiary when the Boeing Co. 737 Max planes, which were grounded indefinitely earlier this year, is allowed to fly again, while he is no longer bullish on American give relatively high debt and labor troubles. Shouthwest shares have gained 6.6% over the past three months and American's stock has dropped 12.0%, while the airline index has lost 4.4% and the S&P 500 has tacked on 1.4%.

Nasdaq Composite up less than 0.2%

S&P, Nasdaq turns positive

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Chipotle’s CEO explains how his company achieved a surprising comeback that has sent its stock rocketing

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Stocks open slightly lower after downbeat eurozone data highlights global slowdown

Akcea's stock drops after 3 top executives leave company, including CEO

Shares of Akcea Therapeutics Inc. sank 10% in morning trade Monday, after the biopharmaceutical company three of its top executives were leaving the company, including Chief Executive Paula Soteropoulos, effective immediately. The others leaving were President Sarah Boyce and Chief Operating Officer Jeff Goldberg. The company, which is a majority-owned affiliate of Ionis Pharmaceuticals Inc. , said it named Damien McDevitt as interim-CEO. McDevitt was previously chief business officer at Ionis. Akcea said Michael Yang and Joseph Klein have jointed its board of directors. Ionis shares tacked on 0.3%. Over the past 12 months, shares of Akcea have tumbled 27.8%, Ionis have rallied 28.0% and the S&P 500 has gained 2.0%.

Stock market opens modestly lower to kick off the week as global growth fears weigh

U.S. stock-market indexes began Monday morning trade modestly lower, with investors wringing their hands over signs of weakening global growth and the potential for any international slowdown to weigh on domestic expansion. The Dow Jones Industrial Average was down 93 points, or 0.4%, at 26,839, the S&P 500 index was off 0.2% at 2,985, while the Nasdaq Composite Index was trading at break-even levels, struggling, off 0.1% at 8,105. Manufacturing data in the eurozone, PMIs, showed that sentiment was at a seven-year low, while PMIs, or purchasing managers' index was at a decade low in Germany. Trade concerns also remain a factor. The cancellation of visits to farms in Montana and Nebraska by Chinese officials rattled stocks and stirred support for haven assets on Friday, as did remarks by President Donald Trump, who said he wanted a fully fledged deal with China rather than a limited agreement that addresses particular grievances. But officials said talks would continue in October, as planned, helping to soothe worries, analysts said.

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The ‘weakest week of the year’ is here, but this is why one strategist isn’t worried

Autoliv's interim CFO to resign, stock falls

Shares of Autoliv Inc. slumped 4.3% in premarket trading Monday after the automotive safety systems company said interim-Chief Financial Officer and Corporate Controller Mark Hanke plans to resign, to puruse an opportunity outside of the company. Hanke's resignation will be effective no later than March 18, 2020, the company said. Hanke has been corporate controller since November 2016. The stock has gained 11.4% year to date through Friday, while the S&P 500 has climbed 19.4%.

Barron's

Where the S&P 500 Is Likely to Be in 2029

Bernstein’s Inigo Fraser-Jenkins sees the S&P 500 in a range around 4000 in 10 years’ time, while his colleague Alla Harmsworth is far more bullish, predicting a range near 8000.

Reebonz's stock tumbles to pace premarket decliners after disappointing results

Shares of Reebonz Holding Ltd. tumbled 30% to pace all premarket decliners Monday, after Singapore-based online luxury marketplace reported first-half 2019 results that fell from the same period year ago, citing a decline in orders and total buyers. Net revenue for the six months ended June 30 fell to $31.1 million from $44.3 million, as online orders declined to 81,969 from 91,184. Total buyers decreased to 55,953 from 62,224. The company blamed the lower orders primarily on a decline in marketing activities, as marketing expenses fell 26.6% during the period. The net loss for the period narrowed to $8.9 million from $21.6 million, while gross profit fell to $7.8 million from $11.5 million. The stock has plunged 42% over the past three months, while the S&P 500 has gained 1.4%.

UPDATE: Overstock shares slide premarket after it names new CEO, revises retail guidance as tariffs weigh

Overstock.com Inc. shares slid 10% in premarket trade Monday, after the company named a new CEO but also revised down its retail guidance for the full year. The online marketplace said it has named insider Jonathan Johnson as its chief executive, replacing former CEO Patrick Byrne, who resigned in August and last week sold all of his Overstock stock. Johnson joined the company in 2002 as general counsel and has held various roles, including five years as president. The company named Robert Hughes as acting chief financial officer from his role as president of Medici Land Governance. Hughes was senior vice president finance and risk management at Overstock for fives years and vice president and controller for four years, starting in late 2008. The company further said it is reducing its guidance for adjusted EBITDA from its retail business in 2019, which previously forecast "significant positive EBITDA" but is now only at break-even. It cited five reasons for the revision; increased costs caused by tariffs on goods made in China; higher insurance premium, waning consumer confidence that has hurt conversion on high dollar purchase active across the retail industry; the recent bankruptcy of in-home delivery vendor Watkins and the delayed integration of a new freight carrier that has increased freight costs; and increased search traffic that has taken longer to turn into purchases. Shares have gained 10% in 2019, while the S&P 500 has gained 19%.

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Rising Inflation is Eroding Wage Gains

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Russell Rebalancing Set to Unleash Trading Bonanza

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Investors Return Home as Small Caps Lead the Way

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Stock Investors Turn More Optimistic

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Selling in May Hasn’t Panned Out So Far

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How Companies Use the Latest Profits Fad to Fool You

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Will Small Caps Lead Large Caps Higher? Don’t Bank on It

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Financial Conditions Are Starting to Get Tighter

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Don’t Count on This Earnings Bonanza Lasting

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Apple Is Leading the Market Once Again

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Investors Exit U.S. Equity Funds for Third Straight Month

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Volatile Stock Market Rolls Into the ‘Sell in May’ Stretch

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Energy Stocks Are Getting Pricey (Again)

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Stock Indexes Cross Above Key Technical Level

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Cash Is Burning a Hole in Companies’ Pockets

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Are Stocks Cheap or Expensive? No One Can Agree

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Watch Out for Rising Oil Prices

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No One Wants to Bet on the End of Volatility

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See Markets Sell Off on Trade Fears in Five Charts

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Stocks Have Finally Started to Look Cheap

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Recent News

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'QE-Lite' Cometh And 'The Most Important Chart'

'QE-Lite' Cometh And 'The Most Important Chart'

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The Impact Of The Fed's Decisions On September 17th 2019

The Impact Of The Fed's Decisions On September 17th 2019

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We're All Caught In The Loop

We're All Caught In The Loop

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How to Profit From the ‘Best of Both Worlds’ in Stock Investing

Mid-cap companies can offer large-cap quality with small-cap growth

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Beyond Meat Poaches Tesla’s Head of Solar to Be New Operating Chief

Beyond Meat announced Thursday afternoon that former Amazon.com and Tesla executive Sanjay Shah will be the meat-alternative company’s chief operating officer.

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Here's The Real Takeaway From The Fed Meeting

Here's The Real Takeaway From The Fed Meeting

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We Are in an Earnings Recession, and It Is Expected to Get Worse

S&P 500 earnings per share decline for a second consecutive quarter. It is the first time that has happened in three years.

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What to Do With Your Cash Now That the Fed Has Cut Interest Rates

Already, the Fed’s rate cut has affected banks’ decision-making. As a result, people will earn less substantial returns when they take out a CD these days than they would have at the start of 2019. But that doesn’t mean they should shift away from this savings tool.

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Stock Market’s Eerie Parallels to September 2007 Should Raise Recession Fears

Fed watchers may have just witnessed Powell’s ‘Bernanke moment’.

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A Recession Is Coming, Deutsche Bank Warns

Investors are keeping a wary eye on oil after weekend attacks on Saudi Arabia crude facilities triggered the largest one-day gain for the commodity since 2008, and plenty of risk-off action all over.

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Why the Saudi Oil Attack Is a ‘Big Deal’ That Could Be a ‘Game Changer’ in Stock Markets and Crude Prices

S&P Global Platts forecasts $5 or $10/bbl. spike in Brent oil prices

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Income Lab Ideas: Reinvestment's Huge Role In Your Portfolio

Income Lab Ideas: Reinvestment's Huge Role In Your Portfolio

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Uncertainty And The Countdown To The 2020 U.S. Presidential Election

Uncertainty And The Countdown To The 2020 U.S. Presidential Election

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Quantitative Easing Leads To Negative Interest Rates And Insolvency

Quantitative Easing Leads To Negative Interest Rates And Insolvency

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What A Week: Momentum 'Massacres', Factor Earthquakes And Rotation Fascination

What A Week: Momentum 'Massacres', Factor Earthquakes And Rotation Fascination

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Gundlach Predicts a 75% Chance of Recession Before the Next Election

Fixed-income-investing notable sees neither Trump nor China as willing to agree to a trade deal

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No Recession Signaled By iM's Business Cycle Index: Update - September 12, 2019

No Recession Signaled By iM's Business Cycle Index: Update - September 12, 2019

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How Apple’s New Streaming Service Stacks up Against Amazon, Netflix and Disney

Even before Apple announced its streaming services, consumers were swimming in a sea of streaming options. Viewers will need to weigh cost, content and convenience — and whether they have the time to watch all that content.

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The Recession Approaches: Fed Or No Fed, Deal Or No Deal

The Recession Approaches: Fed Or No Fed, Deal Or No Deal

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How the Trade War Became the Stock Market’s Biggest Driver

Trade policy has never been as uncertain as it currently is, and that uncertainty is leading to volatile stock markets, a new study finds.

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Major Stock Indexes

Key U.S. Last Chg Chg %
Dow Jones Industrial Average 26,910.72 -24.35 -0.09%
NASDAQ Composite Index 8,100.07 -17.60 -0.22%
S&P 500 Index 2,988.51 -3.56 -0.12%
Russell 2000 Index 1,552.50 -7.26 -0.47%
Other U.S. Last Chg Chg %
Dow Jones Transportation Average 10,398.25 -56.11 -0.54%
Dow Jones Utility Average Index 865.46 2.56 0.30%
Dow Jones U.S. Total Stock Market Index 30,634.94 -34.83 -0.11%
NASDAQ 100 Index (NASDAQ Calculation) 7,804.74 -18.81 -0.24%
S&P 400 Mid Cap Index 1,943.43 -1.21 -0.06%
NYSE Composite Index 13,062.53 -31.27 -0.24%
Barron's 400 Index 682.59 -1.63 -0.24%
CBOE Volatility Index 15.67 0.35 2.28%
Global Last Chg Chg %
Global Dow Realtime USD 3,046.04 -18.75 -0.61%
Asia/Pacific Last Chg Chg %
The Asia Dow Index USD 3,214.51 3.61 0.11%
S&P/ASX 200 Benchmark Index 6,749.7 18.9 0.28%
Shanghai Composite Index 2,977.08 -29.37 -0.98%
Hang Seng Index 26,222.40 -213.27 -0.81%
S&P BSE Sensex Index 39,090.03 1,075.41 2.83%
NIKKEI 225 Index 22,079.09 34.64 0.16%
FTSE Straits Times Index 3,143.24 -16.44 -0.52%
Europe Last Chg Chg %
STOXX Europe 50 Index 3,219.25 -18.77 -0.58%
STOXX Europe 600 Index 389.29 -3.66 -0.93%
CAC 40 Index 5,623.47 -67.31 -1.18%
DAX 12,320.05 -147.96 -1.19%
IBEX 35 Index 9,077.00 -102.00 -1.11%
FTSE 100 Index 7,325.91 -19.01 -0.26%
Americas Last Chg Chg %
BOVESPA Index 104,197.33 -620.07 -0.59%
S&P/TSX Composite Index 16,880.91 -18.78 -0.11%
IPC Indice de Precios Y Cotizaciones 43,364.65 -194.80 -0.45%

Top Performers

Company Last Chg Chg %
Ulta Beauty Inc. 237.09 8.34 3.65%
Target Corp. 110.03 3.36 3.15%
Equinix Inc. 581.83 15.38 2.72%
Jefferies Financial Group Inc. 19.99 0.53 2.70%
Advance Auto Parts Inc. 159.79 4.10 2.63%
Tractor Supply Co. 92.72 2.33 2.58%
Baker Hughes a GE co. Cl A 24.19 0.60 2.54%
Dollar General Corp. 159.78 3.55 2.27%
Altria Group Inc. 41.60 0.79 1.94%
Yum! Brands Inc. 114.33 2.03 1.82%

Bottom Performers

Company Last Chg Chg %
Incyte Corp. 77.94 -3.27 -4.03%
McKesson Corp. 140.92 -5.90 -4.02%
Take-Two Interactive Software Inc. 125.99 -4.57 -3.50%
Abiomed Inc. 186.79 -5.97 -3.10%
Netflix Inc. 263.16 -7.59 -2.80%
Cardinal Health Inc. 46.79 -1.10 -2.30%
Activision Blizzard Inc. 53.68 -1.08 -1.97%
Dow Inc. 47.27 -0.94 -1.95%
Carnival Corp. 47.29 -0.93 -1.93%
Gilead Sciences Inc. 65.16 -1.26 -1.90%