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$XYL's Industrial slid by 1% for 2015 as general industrial strength was more than offset by oil and gas falls in Canada and the U.S. For 2016, $XYL sees growth to be flat to up in low-single-digits. This assumes low-single-digit growth in light industrial applications, and double-digit declines in oil and gas, and mining applications.
$AAL is giving pay hikes to its employees but investors are sulking.
$APC stock tumbled more than 5.6% after last week's fatal home explosion in Firestone, Colorado prompted the company to close more than 3,000 wells for weeks.
Unicorn Frappuccino. The latest hit from $SBUX. Can't wait to see how this will affect its results.
At what point should $AMZN consider a stock split? $1000 per share seems pretty high.