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A report from the Institute for Supply Management showed the U.S. service sector expanded at a slightly slower rate in November than October.
The nation’s largest dealership chain reported a 13% gain in November auto sales, sending its shares climbing 2%.
Citigroup Inc. was downgraded to neutral from a buy rating by analysts at Goldman Sachs Group Inc. in a research note on Wednesday.
U.S. service-sector companies expanded at a slower pace in November, the Institute for Supply Management reported Wednesday.
Pandora Media Inc. climbed more than 4%, to $$29.46 a share Wednesday, as the online radio leader released its listener statistics for November.
Americans looking to buy newly built homes evidently brushed off concerns about the government shutdown in October, pushing up sales to their highest level in fourth months on the lure of lower prices.
Housing Rebound: Sales of newly-constructed homes spiked more than 25% in November in the biggest leap since 1980 and the housing market revs up.
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Ebay Inc. shares on Wednesday slipped by 2%, to $50.80, shortly after Evercore analyst Ken Sena cut his rating on the online retailer to equal weight, or neutral, from overweight.
Technology stocks were mostly lower Wednesday morning, even as shares of Hewlett-Packard and Intel Corp. rallied at the opening bell.
U.S. stocks retreated on Wednesday, putting the S&P 500 and Dow industrials on pace for a fourth down day in a row following a stronger-than-expected private-sector jobs report.
Growth in the services side of the U.S. economy likely ticked up in November, according to economists polled by MarketWatch.
Citigroup dipped after Goldman became less bullish on the banking giant amid valuation and capital-return worries.
If you ask an elderly Veteran if they qualify for an additional pension from the VA to help pay for their long-term care costs, they will probably tell you, “I’m not eligible because I wasn’t injured in the war.” This is a common misconception, which keeps many Veterans from tapping into a benefit they deserve.
Express forecast a weaker-than-expected holiday quarter due to muted Thanksgiving sales and a highly promotional environment.
The U.S. trade gap fell to $40.6 billion in October from $43 billion the month prior as exports jumped 1.8%.
The U.S. dollar erased losses versus the Japanese yen and the euro on Wednesday after Automatic Data Processing Inc. said employers added 215,000 private-sector jobs in November, up from 130,000 in October and topping a forecast for a rise of 178,000.
The nation's trade deficit fell 5.4% to $40.6 billion in October, as the U.S. exported more petroleum, soybeans and collectibles while buying foreign-made goods at a slower rate, the Commerce Department reported Wednesday.
Treasury yields jumped higher Wednesday after a report showed that the private-sector added 215,000 jobs in November, beating the expectations of economists.
Walgreen Co. said Wednesday that its sales for the first quarter of the fiscal year rose 6% to $18.35 billion, from $17.32 billion in the same quarter a year earlier.