China Syndrome. The Dow Jones Industrial Average was sliding on Monday, but don't blame the bond market- it is closed Monday. Look overseas instead, where China's decision to cut its banks' reserve-requirement ratios sent its market sharply lower on concerns about its economy. General Electric was rising after receiving an analyst upgrade. In today's Morning Movers, we…
The Chinese loosened credit again.Chinese markets droppedS&P 500Dow Jones Industrial AverageNasdaq CompositeThe Culp effect.General Electricnew GE CEO Larry Culp'sthe expected kitchen-sink cut to earnings guidanceCumminsCMIJ.M. Smucker will tell us about the state of jam on Tuesday at an investor eventJ.M. SmuckerSJMCampbell SoupCPBproxy battle with hedge fund Third PointHoneywell hosts its own investor event Wednesday.Honeywell InternationalHONspinning out its thermostat businessEmerson ElectricEMRJohnson ControlsHoneywell has spun two assets this yearGarrett Motionthinking about why it is underperforming
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