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A daily look at the morning's key financial stories.
Jim Cramer got to the bottom of why FANG stocks rapidly sold off this week and what it means for the future.
Jim Cramer highlights one play in the oil patch that could benefit from Donald Trump's presidency.
The U.S. presidential election this week sent some stock sectors surging and others plunging as investors moved their money around.
The Bloomberg report said final bids for the American identity-theft-protection company are due this month.
Trading is back, another big beneficiary of a Trump win: many brokerage firms, stock exchanges and asset managers are up double-digits this week.
Since their Election Day close, the electric carmaker's shares had fallen as much as 7.5 percent by Thursday morning.
Jim Cramer spoke with retired Army captain Alex Gorsky on why Johnson & Johnson hires veterans.
Jim Cramer spoke with Starbucks CEO Howard Schultz on its unique approach to hiring veterans.
The handbag maker reported its first quarterly revenue decline since going public five years ago.
Shares of Nvidia surged more than 10 percent in after-hours trade Thursday.
Bank stocks were on a tear Thursday.
Shares of Chipotle jumped 6.04 percent on Bill Ackman's positive comments and expectations about Trump's proposed tax plans.
Traders are repositioning to prepare for less regulation and higher rates.
Credit Suisse believes most of Donald Trump's rhetoric on nationalism is likely to fade away as he takes the Oval Office, sparking a market rally.
Copper on Thursday led industrial metals, rising nearly 4 percent, and could be headed higher under a Trump presidency.
Steinmetz said Thursday, "The S&P 500 has done better when the president's popularity rating is below 50 percent."
The Retail ETF (XRT) ticked up 2.65 percent, with Kohl's leading the group after the department store released its earnings report.
Thursday was was not a good day for technology stocks.
Bank of America upgraded IBM to buy from neutral, listing a plethora of catalysts that could propel the stock 20 percent in the next 12 months.
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