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Is the stock market right to ignore the Comey firing and other DC drama, even if it slows Trump's legislative agenda?
Matt Maley, Miller Tabak equity strategist, breaks down three key themes he is watching for Monday and the week ahead.
Jim Cramer sorts through the beaten down retail stocks to find one that could defend itself from the online giant.
Jim Cramer predicts that while retail will drag part of the market down, tech names will continue to thrive.
The U.S. stock market closed mostly lower as investors digested a tough week for retailers and mixed economic data.
JPMorgan raises its rating on Chemours to overweight from neutral, saying earnings will beat expectations next year.
Deutsche Bank lowers its rating on General Electric to sell from hold, predicting the industrial firm will be forced to reduce its dividend.
We invested nearly 500 million of our $2 billion endowment in diverse firms. The results will surprise you, says Alberto Ibargüen.
With stocks near record highs and volatility low, analysts say one of the biggest threats to the bull market comes from Washington.
Goldman Sachs predicts the higher-priced iPhone 8 will drive earnings above expectations.
Bank of America Merrill Lynch says Apple should further explore gaming consoles, the smart home and an autonomous car.
As the S&P 500 slips from record highs, with retail stocks dragging, here are the three things Erin Gibbs of S&P Global is looking for.
Some of the names on the move ahead of the open.
A daily look at the morning's key financial stories.
Bitcoin has gained more than $200 this week alone, driven by a huge jump in demand from around the world.
It would depend on China complying with U.S. standards, the Commerce secretary tells CNBC.
Jim Cramer reveals the other-worldly culprit that sunk Macy’s stock on Thursday.
Jim Cramer finds that the younger generation is not taking kindly to traditional retailers and cable providers.
Snap's post-earnings plunge is affecting millennial investors the most, according to data from brokers.
Marcato Capital wrote a letter to Buffalo Wild Wings shareholders Thursday that accused company executives of mismanagement.
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