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Stocks advanced Friday, boosted by benign inflation data and an upgrade on Lehman Brothers.
Stocks rose at the opening bell as the market weighed benign inflation data with a weak outlook from J.C. Penney.
All this week we've told you about how the American consumer is no longer looking for the best. They just want “good enough.” So, we end our series with the biggest winners of all…
At annual meetings across the country shareholders are making the yearly pilgrimage to have their voices heard, and votes counted, at the companies they own. In some cases, those shareholders have a hand in changing the way the firm does business.
Where should you put your money in this market? Some of the pros interviewed on CNBC Tuesday like mega caps, regional banks and--yes--garbage.
Stocks surge as gold sells off and oil settles. Get the news behind the headlinds as an historic week on Wall Street comes to an end.
Stocks closed higher Thursday, boosted by a late-breaking Federal Reserve announcement, a better-than-expected regional manufacturing report and an upbeat analyst note on financials. Oil prices were back above $100 a barrel.
Investors should look at companies with a global presence to seek shelter from the stock market storms, as they benefit from a strong customer base and diversification, Professor David Costa from Robert Kennedy College told "Power Lunch Europe."
Blu-ray officially won the high-def format war, and now everyone who was burned is licking their wounds. Toshiba announced it will lose $1.1 billion in fiscal 2007 due to losing the format battle.
Break out the spandex, the high waisted pants with big belts and the big jewelry--but keep the spiral perms please. Not since the betamax-vhs battles of the 1980s have the tech and entertainment wars over video format been this heated.
Dell the world's second-biggest personal computer maker, expects its growth to outrun the overall industry's, with Asia leading the trend, founder and CEO Michael Dell said on Tuesday.
As clients flee Bear Stearns in droves, Wall Street faces the modern version of an old-fashioned crisis; the run on the bank. Is this panic the kind of Wall Street washout that often marks an end to the pain?
Dow Industrials newcomer Bank of America leads the list as the highest current yielder of all 30 Dow stocks. Chevron, the other recent Dow addition enters the list with a 2.7% yield.
Cramer makes the call on viewers' favorite stocks.
Chief executives of two of the nation's largest companies say focusing on environmental challenges is good business.
The consumer discretionary sector has taken a beating recently, but a couple of top market professionals think it may be time for investors to move into the sector.
In Tuesday’s Web Extra, the traders reveal how they’re playing Target, Wal-Mart and Vodaphone.
An upgrade? In the retail sector? Other than Wal-Mart and the trade-down retailers, it is hard to find a store that analysts have faith in during this consumer slowdown. Today, though, Credit Suisse surprised with an upgrade of fashionable sportswear company Lululemon Athletica.
In Monday’s Web Extra find out if it’s a good time for investors to go department store shopping?
Q: On Fast Money’s trader radar we look at the stock that was lighting up screens across Wall Street. This discount retailer is the fourth largest commercial employer in the world behind China’s army, the British National Health Service, and the Indian railway. And since its first store opened in Rogers, Arkansas this company has helped customers ‘save money, live better’ with bulk items at low prices. But the stock traded down today after Goldman Sachs hinted its recent run is due for a pause. Who is it?