U.S. stock indexes moved mostly lower in early trading Thursday as investors weighed the latest batch of company earnings.
Stocks that moved substantially or traded heavily on Thursday: Alcoa Corp., down $1.06 to $26.66 Lower prices pushed the aluminum products maker to a first quarter loss and the results fell short of forecasts.
Union Pacific's first quarter profit chugged ahead 6% even though the railroad hauled 2% fewer carloads and dealt with massive flooding.
Rosecliff Capital founder Mike Murphy on the Zoom and Pinterest IPOs and the market impact from the Mueller report.
Asian stocks fell Thursday after Wall Street declined despite encouraging Chinese economic data.
Major U.S. stock indexes fell in morning trading Wednesday as losses by health care companies outweighed gains elsewhere in the market.
Stocks that moved substantially or traded heavily on Wednesday: PepsiCo Inc., up $4.60 to $127.01
The latest on developments in financial markets (all times local): 9:35 a.m.
The results come as a boost for Chief Executive Officer Ramon Laguarta who took over from Indra Nooyi six months ago.
AlixPartners CEO Simon Freakley on the state of the financial sector and the impact from uncertainties such as the U.S. trade talks with China and the future of Brexit.
Major share benchmarks were mixed in Asia on Wednesday after China announced its economy grew at a better than expected 6.4% annual pace in the last quarter.
Stocks were higher on Wall Street in early trading Tuesday, erasing the market's modest losses from a day earlier.
United Airlines said Tuesday that its first-quarter profit doubled to $292 million as it carried more passengers and limited costs other than fuel.
Stocks that moved substantially or traded heavily on Tuesday: Qualcomm Corp., up $13.27 to $70.45
FBN’s Deirdre Bolton reports on Netflix’s first-quarter earnings.
Profits grew to $344 million as the streaming site added nearly 10 million new customers.
UnitedHealth Group is reporting strong first-quarter numbers driven by its main insurance business, as well as its pharmacy benefits division.
Johnson & Johnson is topping profit and revenue expectations for the first quarter partially on strong sales of its psoriasis treatment, Stelara.
CEO Michael Corbat was pressed by a conservative activist on the impact of the policy on Tuesday.
Bank of America says first quarter profit rose 5.6% to $7.31 billion.