Five stats from the market and the stories behind them. This week: no magic in Dow 15,000, 10% growth for a content king, Windows 8.1, and more.
Leadership changes and litigation risk should not scare investors away from financials, as quarterly results show that several names are currently a fairly good deal, says Morningstar's Jim Sinegal .
Low interest rates and an anemic economy will weigh on bank earnings, but much of the bad news is already priced into stocks, says Morningstar's Jim Sinegal .
Banks are losing some recovery-related tailwinds and are still struggling to replace lost revenue, but some stocks--especially regionals--look attractive today, says Morningstar's Jim Sinegal .
Two years of capital raising and reserve building has greatly improved the quality of banks' balance sheets according to Morningstar's Jim Sinegal .
How bad was bad news this week from Apple, Boeing, Bank of America, and others?
Morningstar bank analyst Jim Sinegal answers the Friday Five on dividends, write-offs, loans, and fees, plus the best positioned banks.
Morningstar bank analyst Jim Sinegal discusses the impact the president's new regulatory scheme would have on the banking industry and if there are any banks investors should look at today.
Morningstar markets editor Jeremy Glaser sizes up the impact of this week's central bank actions, same-store sales report, and more.