Monthly Archives:  April 2012

  • Many Leading Stocks Rebound Market`s Tone Improves

    Full Story | 27th April 2012
    Stocks have shown better action this week, helping switch IBD's market outlook to "in confirmed uptrend."That switch came after Wednesday's session, when the S&P 500 delivered a follow-through day.Still, the follow-through day was on the .
  • Many Leading Stocks Rebound Market`s Tone Improves

    Full Story | 27th April 2012
    Stocks have shown better action this week, helping switch IBD's market outlook to "in confirmed uptrend."That switch came after Wednesday's session, when the S&P 500 delivered a follow-through day.Still, the follow-through day was on the .
  • Priceline Gets Critical Support At 10-Week Line

    Full Story | 26th April 2012
    After a strong run-up from its latest breakout, Priceline.com (PCLN) appears to be acting like a true market leader typically does during its first major pullback.From last Thursday through Tuesday, the big-cap stock dropped from .
  • French Presidential Elections

    Full Story | 23rd April 2012
    Socialist Francois Hollande and President Nicolas Sarkozy progressed to the final round of France’s election, with the incumbent’s hopes of victory resting on winning supporters from Marine Le Pen’s anti-euro National Front. Hollande took 28.6 .
  • Goldman Raises Apple’s Price Target to $750

    Full Story | 19th April 2012
    Bill Shope of Goldman Sachs Group, Inc. (NYSE:GS), reiterated a Buy rating on Apple Inc. (NASDAQ:AAPL) after raising his price target from $700 to $750. Shope cites strong iPad and iPhone sales as the main .
  • Goldman Raises Apple’s Price Target to $750

    Full Story | 19th April 2012
    Bill Shope of Goldman Sachs Group, Inc. (NYSE:GS), reiterated a Buy rating on Apple Inc. (NASDAQ:AAPL) after raising his price target from $700 to $750. Shope cites strong iPad and iPhone sales as the main .
  • Citigroup Misses Estimate on Accounting Cost

    Full Story | 16th April 2012
    Citigroup Inc. , the third-biggest U.S. bank, said profit fell 2.3 percent, missing analysts’ estimates on a bigger-than-projected accounting cost. Trading revenue rebounded from the fourth quarter.First-quarter net income was $2.93 billion, or 95 cents .