After the Bell

A Lackluster Start to Trading in 2015

A rather subdued start to the year – U.S. stocks pared earlier losses but still ended the first trading session of 2015 on a mixed note - only the Dow managed to eek out a slight gain, while all the other U.S. major averages ended the day in the red.

All About Jobs

Billionaire investor Warren Buffett’s Berkshire Hathaway beat estimates on earnings per share in the third quarter. After reporting after the bell, shares pulled back just a bit in after hours after hitting an all-time high earlier in the day.

A Mild Day for Wall Street

U.S stocks ended the day mixed - the Dow closed slightly in the red, snapping its seven-session winning streak. Meanwhile, the S&P 500 edged up to another record close, and the Russell 2000 was also a big winner today - closing the day with a new record high.

Investors Yellin" for Yellen

Hewlett Packard releasing earnings beating analyst expectations for earnings per share by a penny - but missing on revenue. The PC giant also warned of currency challenges ahead. HP stock trading down more than 5% in after-hours trading.

Wall Street Washed in Green

It was green across the screen today as the Dow saw its largest intra-day rally in eight weeks, jumping 296-points at the high.  Monday was also the first time since February 17th the S&P had back-to-back gains. The longest drought of consecutive gains since April 1994.   All 10 S&P 500 sectors ended higher for the first time since March 20. 

Apple Shines, Stocks Sink

A blockbuster quarter for Apple (Nasdaq:aapl) as the tech giant surged past wall street's expectations for both revenue and earnings per share.  The world's biggest tech company crushed expectations for iphone sales which came in at 74.5 million units sold compared to estimates of 65.7 million.