The stock market is a volatile industry, but right now it seems to be on the up and up. The Dow is breaking all sorts of records, and is on track to break a record dating back to 1999. This record would be for the fastest rise in points in history. This may have to do with the Trump presidency, read more to find out.
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- Steel Dynamics sees Q4 adjusted earnings of 40 cents to 44 cents per share, the midpoint below the 44 cents analysts forecast.
- The company said Q4 steel operations are expected to “decrease significantly” vs. Q3 on “lower shipments and metal spread compression.
- Steel companies’ post-Donald Trump election rally has cooled over the past week. During the election, Trump touted plans to invest $1 trillion in infrastructure projects that require massive amounts of steel.
“The stock market’s newest companies are where you find some of the biggest winning stocks of all time. Initial public offerings, or IPOs, are typically in their early stages of growth, and its big earnings growth that generally fuels a stock’s price performance.”
The New York Stock Exchange has hit the acquisition trail, agreeing to buy and keep open the National Stock Exchange, the US’s smallest bourse, giving NYSE a place to experiment with a new speed or pricing model. The deal will give the exchanges operator a fourth US exchange licence and one that would be distinct from the other three venues, NYSE, NYSE MKT and Arca.
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- The stock had a sustained uptrend through November 2015, before falling over 50% from its highs over the next two months, as its revenue missed estimates for the quarter ended October 2015.
- Earnings remain solid, rising 25% in the most recent quarter, while sales are growing at a rapid 42% clip.
- After initially opening lower, the stock rebounded throughout the day to close positive on heavy volume, a bullish reversal.
“The stock had a sustained uptrend through November 2015, before falling over 50% from its highs over the next two months, as its revenue missed estimates for the quarter ended October 2015.”