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Despite a rise in the price of oil Monday, airline stocks hold upside moving forward, one "Fast Money" trader said.
“Mad Money” host Jim Cramer’s makes a call on one group that’s been revving higher & has reached its peak.
Jim Cramer reminds investors that if they cannot handle the FANG heat — get out of the kitchen!
Investors are starting to worry about FANG stocks' leadership and what it means for the market.
Chart analyst Mark Newton believes there is real inequality in the market. Here's why...
U.S. stock futures were lower this morning, after Thursday's sharp drop.
A start-up claiming to have built "the world’s smallest computer” has reached its crowdfunding goal in its bid to take on some of the biggest PC firms.
“Mad Money” host Jim Cramer wants investors to bulk up on this stock ahead of any presidential debates.
Consumers are shifting away from traditional cable TV, and "Fast Money" traders see opportunity in Netflix, among others.
Jim Cramer sees a layer of negativity about one thing that is brewing under the market surface, and that is creating fear.
Check out the companies making headlines after the bell Thursday: Cisco, Nordstrom, Netflix & more.
Nov 12- Viacom Inc is cutting the number of TV advertisements it airs in a bid to boost ratings. They added that a drop in ads would only put Viacom in line with rivals rather than turn it into a premium, low-ad destination. By slashing ads Viacom is following some of its leading rivals in an attempt to reverse declining ratings and advertising revenues as' cord...
U.S. stocks closed more than 1 percent lower, pressured by sharp declines in oil prices, as investors eyed several speeches from Fed officials.
Hulu is seeking to sell a stake to Time Warner, Dow Jones reported. That deal would reportedly value Hulu at $5 billion to $6 billion.
Jim Cramer shares the secret to being a stock market winner in a higher interest rate environment.
CEO John Legere announced that T-Mobile will allow some subscribers to stream videos for free. Re/code reports.
NEW YORK, Nov 10- T-Mobile US Inc will let customers stream video services such as Netflix Inc, Dish Network Corp's Sling TV, Hulu and HBO Now on their mobile devices without having it count against their data allotment, Chief Executive John Legere said on Tuesday. Legere introduced the wireless provider's new video streaming offering called "Binge On" at an event...
Large cap companies dominate the year's growth in the S&P 500. If the index were weighted equally, it would be in the red.
FBR Capital's Dan Ives gives his top three predictions for Apple in 2016 that will get its market cap to $1 trillion by the end of the year.
Jim Cramer doesn't like it, but he knows a rate hike is now inevitable. He lists the groups that will feel the most pain ahead of the hike.