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Oracle is winning the cloud game, said CEO Mark Hurd on Monday.
Seven of the world's largest fund managers lost more than half a trillion dollars in the third quarter. The FT reports.
It's the busiest week for earnings with more than 150 S&P companies set to report. The options market is implying big moves for some widely held names.
Natural gas futures were clobbered Monday, falling 10 percent as supplies rise toward record levels amid expectations that there will be a warm start to the winter.
Russell Investments' Stephen Wood says one factor will be the primary driver for the markets.
With third-quarter earnings season underway, options traders are targeting a select group of stocks they believe will post sharp moves.
October's stock market treats could be December's tricks, at least if end-of-the-year historical trends hold up.
Similar to Wal-Mart, Macy's needs to reinvest in its business to keep pace with changing shopper behaviors, Cowen and Company said.
CNBC's Jim Cramer explains why the recent rotation of cash within S&P 500 has been good.
Jim Cramer cannot believe what a stellar week of earnings this was. Now that the bar is set so high, he warned that Apple could get hurt next week.
Companies with large cloud computing platforms surged on better-than-expected earnings as the shift to the storage platform accelerates.
Some of the names on the move ahead of the open.
This coming week tends to be the worst in the fourth quarter, one technical analyst warns.
After Amazon and Alphabet saw massive gains off earnings, some traders say the companies' stocks could soon reach quadruple digits.
Twelve months since the nerve-shredding "flash crash" in US Treasurys and the financial industry is working on improving stability.
The "Fast Money" traders give their final trades of the day.
A recent IRS ruling makes it easier to do an after-tax 401(k) rollover to a Roth IRA.
Jim Cramer traced the collapse in the retail cohort on Friday to one stock. It came down to three little words, and investors exited the group.
Jim Cramer speaks to Skechers executive David Weinberg, who said the stock plummeting on Friday is now an opportunity to buy.
This world is one in which central bankers are "all in," said Katie Nixon, CIO of Northern Trust Wealth Management, on Friday.