Feb 19, 2016 11:38 AM ET
Barnes Group net plunged. Brady Corp profit jumped 32% and safety products maker lifted fiscal forecast. CIRCOR net and revenues tumbled. CST Brands declined 73%. Consolidated Edison net jumped 117% but revenues dropped. Deere & Co net plummeted 34%. Virgin America net surged.
Feb 18, 2016 12:49 PM ET
European markets gained on renewed hopes of more stimulus from the European Central Bank, but profit taking in resource stocks weighed on the U.K. market. Air France-KLM soared 11% after reporting its first annual profit since 2008. Nestlé saw a slowdown in sales.
Feb 18, 2016 11:31 AM ET
Cott Corp net swung to a loss. Choice Hotels net and revenues surged. Duke Energy net fell. DISH Network and Perrigo net swung to a loss. Hyatt Hotels net tumbled. IBM agreed to acquire Truven Health for $2.6 billion. Wal-Mart net declined.
Feb 17, 2016 2:16 AM ET
Analog Devices profit declined 8%. Gannett net tumbled 70%. GEO Group profit and revenues surged. Medicines net loss widened. Noble Energy net swung to a loss. Priceline Group net and revenues jumped. T-Mobile US net soared 180% and added 2.1 million net customers.
Feb 17, 2016 12:04 PM ET
European indexes gained 2% fueled by positive news from the banking and resource sectors. Glencore announced new loan facility. Credit Agricole posted better-than-expected results and simplified its ownership structure. Schneider Electric SE increased its dividend and share-buyback program.
Feb 16, 2016 3:36 PM ET
European markets were mixed on Tuesday after volatile banking stocks turned lower and renewed concerns over oil prices. In Germany, economic expectations sank to 1.0 in February from 10.2 in January. Anglo American doubled its net loss in 2015.
Feb 16, 2016 11:56 AM ET
ADT agreed to be acquired by Apollo Global for $7 billion. Baxalta net plunged 88%. Freeport agreed to sell its 13% stake to Sumitomo Metal Mining. Generac net plummeted 81% and agreed to acquire a majority stake in Italy-based PR Industrial. Hormel Foods net soared.
Feb 15, 2016 2:54 PM ET
Stock market indexes extended gains for the second day in a row banking stocks rebounded on possible ECB purchase of Italian bad loans. Telecom sector heated up on the recent merger activity. HSBC Holdings decided to keep its headquarters in London.
Feb 12, 2016 2:12 AM ET
Activision Blizzard net plunged 56% on 15% decline in revenues. Dentsply Intl net tumbled 31%. ITT profit jumped 9%. LifePoint Health net surged. Portland General Electric net soared 19%. Red Robin Gourmet Burgers net jumped. Ventas net advanced. Verisign profit soared 57%.
Feb 11, 2016 2:04 AM ET
Avon net loss widened after revenue fell 20%. BorgWarner net declined 10% but revenues jumped. Cisco net soared 31% on flat revenues. Kellogg and Twitter net loss narrowed. PepsiCo profit surged 31%. Reuters net tumbled 65%. Teva Pharma net plummeted 29%.