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Stephen Weiss of Short Hills Capital Partners reviews the main factors driving stocks and how investors should be positioned for next week.
As goes Apple, so goes the Nasdaq 100. But can the tech giant keep driving the charge?
Copper prices rose more than 4 percent as a strike at the world's largest copper mine raised expectations of tighter supply.
Shares of CBRE jumped 7 percent on Thursday after the commercial real estate company posted earnings that beat Street expectations.
"The risk reward is fantastic."
It's what Donald Trump might call a "classy" problem: How to spend $21.6 billion.
UBS says dividends represented roughly half of the market's return in the past 100 years.
Canaccord says Intel's margins could suffer as the chipmaker ventures into new markets to seek growth.
The shoe retailer reported revenue of $764.3 million, while a consensus of analysts polled by Thomson Reuters expected $723.7 million.
Twitter streamed approximately 600 million hours of live video to 31 million unique users in the fourth quarter.
It wasn't just Dimon who made smart stock buys last February. Several other top investors, including Mnuchin and Buffett, were buyers, too.
The "Fast Money" traders share their first moves for the market open.
A popular retail ETF is on pace for its best week since early December, and some strategists say retail stocks could see more upside.
Jim Cramer analyzed the beverage stocks and offered his take on the future of the two companies.
Jim Cramer spoke with CEO Sam Reed on how the impact of its acquisition from Conagra and the wellness trend.
President Trump gave the markets just what they wanted — guidance on tax cuts — and now trading will be shaped by that for the next several weeks.
Jim Cramer said it's the stocks that have control that are winning right now.
Jim Cramer hates talking about bonds, but now they just became a roadmap for Trump's next move.
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