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Home Depot (NYSE: HD) is among the hot stocks to watch today as retailers try to impress investors in a lackluster showing so far this quarter...
Stock market news today, Nov. 18: The Dow ended up today but fell short of 16,000 after bearish comments from Carl Icahn.
The Dow Jones Industrial Average closed up 0.1% to 15,976 points, hitting a high of 16,030 earlier in the day. The S&P 500 closed down about 0.4% at 1,791 points, and the Nasdaq Composite Index closed down 1% at 3,949.
Similarly, homebuilders Beazer Homes USA Inc. (NYSE: BZH) and D. R. Horton Inc. (NYSE: DHI) reported fourth-quarter earnings Monday, which, according to each company's management, reflected a continued U.S. housing market recovery.
Despite improved earnings for fiscal 2012 and a positive outlook for fiscal 2013, shares of Beazer and D.R. Horton were off sharply in afternoon trading on Monday, with BZH down about 17% and DHI 6%. They recovered slightly by Tuesday afternoon.
Home Depot, on the other hand, has rallied sharply on Tuesday, hitting a new 12-year high and closing in on its all-time high of $70, set back in April 2000.
What accounts for the remarkable divergence between the homebuilders and Home Depot?
The answer comes down to comments made by Donald J. Tomnitz, Vice-Chairman, Chief Executive Officer, President and Member of the Executive Committee for D.R. Horton.