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  • Wells Fargo stock dips as revenue falls short

    Click the chart to track shares of Wells Fargo.

    Wells Fargo posted a record profit of $4.9 billion for the third quarter as mortgage lending picked up, but weaker-than-expected revenue left investors disappointed.

    The nation's largest mortgage lender said it originated $139 billion of mortgages during the third quarter, up 6% from a year earlier, as record low interest rates drove homeowners to refinance. But the  low rates also weighed on MORE

    - Oct 12, 2012 5:40 PM ET
  • Housing IPO draws strong demand

    Investors are making a bold gamble that the housing rebound will be steep and swift with the initial public offering of Realogy.

    Realogy, which owns Century 21, Coldwell Banker, Corcoran and Sotheby's International Realty, raised more than $1 billion through its initial public offering that priced Wednesday night at $27 a share -- the high end of its estimated range. It's the third-largest IPO of the year behind Facebook (FB) and MORE

    - Oct 11, 2012 11:54 AM ET
  • Home is where the recovery is

    Rising home sales have historically boosted revenue for Home Depot and other housing-related retailers.

    This article was published in the October issue of Money magazine.

    By Paul R. La Monica

    Stop me if you've heard this one before: The housing market has finally hit bottom. After years of false hope, that may seem hard to believe. But home sales are indeed rebounding. And prices nationwide climbed 2.5% in June.

    Be careful, though, MORE

    - Oct 4, 2012 10:12 AM ET
  • Let's sell something together? Lowe's dips on earnings

    Is the housing market really recovering? If you look at the latest results from Lowe's (LOW), you'd be tempted to answer no. But Lowe's top rival, Home Depot (HD) reported a pretty strong quarter and issued good guidance last week. Shares of Lowe's fell more than 4% in early trading Monday.

    It seems that housing is slowly but surely rebounding. The problem with Lowe's seems to be that Home Depot is MORE

    - Aug 20, 2012 10:11 AM ET
  • Trulia files for $75 million IPO

    Trulia expects to raise up to $75 million in its initial public offering.

    Trulia Inc., the company behind real estate website, filed for an initial public offering that is expected to raise as much as $75 million, though the company did not specify how many shares it plans to sell or how they will be priced.

    Earlier in the summer, Trulia filed for a so-called confidential IPO thanks to the Jumpstart Our MORE

    - Aug 17, 2012 10:39 AM ET
  • Union Pacific: Still chugging after 150 years

    Choo-choo! Union Pacific CEO Jack Koraleski bangs gavel during the ringing of the closing bell at the NYSE.

    Will Netflix still be around in 2147? How about Facebook in 2154? Or Groupon in 2158? Probably not. Scores of companies, particularly in consumer tech, come and go. That makes the longevity of a business like railroad giant Union Pacific (UNP) all the more remarkable.

    The company celebrated its 150th anniversary on MORE

    - Jul 3, 2012 12:03 PM ET
  • Best of StockTwits: $DELL-uged by bad news

    Dell (DELL) is helping lead the market lower. Maybe housing finally has bottomed? And one trader is skeptical of Expedia's (EXPE) ability to buck the bearish trend today.

    mojoris1977: just because David Einhorn and Whitney Tilson like $DELL doesn't mean you should just blindly follow them in. $XRX

    TrendRida: $DELL takes the meaning of value trap to a new level...

    firstadopter: $DELL call: seeing consumers switching IT spend to alternative mobile devices (Can MORE

    - May 23, 2012 1:39 PM ET
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