While the jobs number was good, housing data was mixed, and manufacturing figures came in lower than expected.
Google's plan to fight Amazon on pricing and features underlines that big profits will come from using clouds, not hosting them.
The Dow component leading the way higher looks to be Intel (Nasdaq:INTC), which is sporting an 18-cent gain (+0.8%) bringing the stock to $23.73. Holding back the Dow today is AT&T (NYSE:T), which is lagging the broader Dow index with a 46-cent decline (-1.3%) bringing the stock to $34.28.
Here are today's top research calls.
The Dow Jones Industrials closed below the 16,000 mark on general fears about the economy's future. Read more about the moves Pfizer, Exxon Mobil, AT&T, and Verizon made here.
Americans used to think their pensions were bulletproof. Recent events suggest that this is not always the case, however. If you're looking to give yourself some retirement income beyond your pension, here are three companies to consider.
While T-Mobile became an Apple carrier partner in April, less than 20% of its smartphone activations since then have been iPhones. Should Apple investors be worried?
Just because management has hopes and dreams for the company doesn't mean those dreams will come true. Investors need to know the difference between hope and fact.
Investing is about making money, not having a particular strategy, Cramer says.
AT&T was a leading decliner within the telecommunications industry, falling $0.41 (-1.2%) to $34.80 on average volume
Long-Term Evolution, the super-fast wireless communications network, is rapidly gaining momentum in Europe.
Catch up on Jim Cramer's thinking over the past week, including companies that are way behind in the market and independent oils.
What needs to be done with these underperformers?