A look at what may be ahead in 2014 for McDonald's and its shareholders.
Despite some favorable economic data regarding job creation, new-home, and vehicle sales, the Dow Jones Industrial Average is sinking today. Let's take a look at one of America's most important industries: the automotive industry.
America's largest insurer falls 0.5% after detailing the costs of Obamacare, while Microsoft beats the Dow's plunge.
The Dow added Nike, Goldman Sachs, and Visa in September. Relatively modest gains from these high-priced stocks have added much more to the total Dow score than the three deleted tickers would have done with their much higher price leaps.
While the jobs number was good, housing data was mixed, and manufacturing figures came in lower than expected.
The ADP jobs report looked good, and Washington could be close to approving a new budget.
Pandora surges as OmniVision falls on Wednesday, while Microsoft is beating the broader market.
The Dow climbed this morning as tech stocks Microsoft, Intel, and IBM all performed well. Can tech stocks prevent a looming correction?
November was a great month for automakers Chrysler, Ford, and General Motors.
Why J.C. Penney and Express could move the stock market today.