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Jan 30, 2015
Jan 30, 2015

Wall St Weekahead – Energy stocks may see further weakness as key names report

NEW YORK (Reuters) – Stock prices in the U.S. energy sector have been under pressure in 2015, and there could be more bad news to come when several key players report their fourth-quarter results next week.

The group has been falling alongside crude oil prices, which are down about 60 percent since June. That drop has led to not only weaker shares – the S&P Energy index is one of the worst-performing groups of 2015, and it was last year’s worst – but also sharply lower earnings estimates for both the current quarter and the full year.

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Jan 27, 2015

Wall Street falls 1 percent on earnings; Apple rallies late

NEW YORK (Reuters) – U.S. stocks closed more than 1 percent lower on Tuesday as disappointing results from a number of bellwether companies pointed to weakening conditions, while an unexpected decline in durable goods orders also weighed on sentiment.

The day’s losses were broad, with nine of the 10 primary S&P 500 sectors lower on the day, though tech was the biggest drag by far. The group lost 3.3 percent in its biggest one-day drop since November 2011, in the wake of results from industry bellwether Microsoft. Industrial shares fell, led by Caterpillar.

Jan 27, 2015

Wall St falls 1 pct on earnings; Apple rallies late

NEW YORK, Jan 27 (Reuters) – U.S. stocks closed more than 1
percent lower on Tuesday as disappointing results from a number
of bellwether companies pointed to weakening conditions, while
an unexpected decline in durable goods orders also weighed on
sentiment.

The day’s losses were broad, with nine of the 10 primary S&P
500 sectors lower on the day, though tech was the
biggest drag by far. The group lost 3.3 percent in its biggest
one-day drop since November 2011, in the wake of results from
industry bellwether Microsoft. Industrial shares fell, led by
Caterpillar.

Jan 27, 2015

Wall Street ends down 1 pct on Caterpillar, Microsoft earnings

NEW YORK (Reuters) – U.S. stocks closed more than 1 percent lower on Tuesday as disappointing results from a number of bellwether companies pointed to weakening conditions, while an unexpected decline in durable goods orders also weighed on sentiment.

The day’s losses were broad, with nine of the 10 primary S&P 500 sectors lower on the day, though tech was the biggest drag by far. The group lost 3.3 percent in its biggest one-day drop since November 2011, in the wake of results from industry bellwether Microsoft. Industrial shares fell, led by Caterpillar.