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Jim Cramer outlined the stocks and events he will be watching next week, and has his eye on one cohort.
Nu Skin shares climbed following the company's revenue and earnings beat along with raised guidance.
El Pollo Loco gained nearly 3 percent Friday after its second quarter results were stronger than analysts expected.
In a world mired in sluggish growth, those looking to buy attractively valued growth stocks may need to get creative. Asset manager Jason Donville has some ideas.
Shares of Lions Gate Entertainment climbed 10 percent in intraday trade after the company posted better-than-expected earnings.
As video games become more like spectator sports, Wall Street could be reaping the gains, an analyst told CNBC.
Jim Cramer said that he was shocked after Bristol-Myers Squibb announced its lung cancer drug failed in a late-stage study.
Shares of Take-Two Interactive popped after the company released quarterly earnings.
Symantec shares jumped over 4 percent on Friday after posting better-than-expected revenue for the first quarter.
As Donald Trump dives in the polls, Strategas Research Partners analyzed the investor implications of a potential Democratic sweep in November.
Shares of Zynga fell more than 8 percent in intraday trade Friday after forecasting a key metric would come in largely below estimates.
Investors should buy Coach shares, as they will see positive upside driven by an improving brand image, Telsey Advisory Group says.
Following the Bank of England's rate cut, the yield on the 10-year Treasury could dip below 1.25 percent, Hilltop Securities' Mark Grant says.
Global equities are set to enter a difficult period in the second half of 2017, according to analysts at Credit Suisse.
Shares of food producer Kraft Heinz popped in trading by more than 5 percent after beating earnings estimates.
Shares of FireEye plummeted more than 17 percent after the company released quarterly earnings and announced planned layoffs.
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