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Jim Cramer tapped into what the Federal Reserve is considering when considering raising interest rates.
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The company reported that quarterly circulation revenue increased by 11.2 percent.
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Snap's user growth and recent advertiser investments have catapulted the company to a new level, said CEO of General Atlantic Bill Ford.
ForceShares has introduced two new exchange-traded funds that deliver four times the returns, either higher or lower, of S&P 500 futures.
Playing it safe can stall progress.
"They think you're the world's greatest hedge fund," Jim Cramer says.
Here's a summary of analyst opinions on Apple after the company reported fiscal second-quarter earnings Tuesday.
JPMorgan analysts see U.S. stocks rallying now that there's greater "clarity" on tax reform, earnings and the French election.
Young investors want to put more of their retirement savings into the market because of the rally. Is that wise?
Some of the largest telecom companies in the world really want their hands on Straight Path Communications.
Buying energy stocks is difficult, given how much the price of oil has vacillated this year, analyst Gina Sanchez says.
A daily look at the morning's key financial stories.
These are the stocks posting the largest moves before the bell.
Goldman Sachs upgrades McDonald's to buy from neutral because mobile and kiosk digital ordering will improve sales.
Traders short selling Tesla's soaring stock have lost $3.7 billion this year, eclipsing the combined losses of traders shorting Apple, Amazon.com, and Netflix.
Apple announced after the bell a 10.5 percent increase in its dividend to $13.22 billion annually.
Gundlach was speaking on the funds for a "Closed-End Funds Audio Webcast" Tuesday after the market close.
Berkshire Hathaway shareholders will descend on Omaha, Nebraska this weekend seeking reassurance, from Warren Buffett.
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