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Earnings season picks, and that will likely have a big impact on the stock market. Here are some names to watch. Plus, a word of caution.
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Jim Cramer flags the most important chart patterns investors should have in their tool kits.
There are two stocks that could break out after they report earnings next week.
Shares of Sprint spiked 4 percent Friday after Dow Jones, citing sources, said the telecommunications company is in talks with Warren Buffett and media business giant John Malone about an investment.
The dollar is back in the doldrums, and it looks to be stuck that way for a while.
JPMorgan is positive on Gap as a near-term specialty retail pick despite long-term mall-based and retail worries.
Bank shares slumped in an early but important round of earnings reports. JPMorgan Chase, Wells Fargo and Citigroup each disappointed.
Once a driver of big profit, big bank trading desks are suffering from a lack of activity.
Donald Trump accused China of dumping cheap steel in the American market, Financial Times reports.
JPMorgan Chase CEO Jamie Dimon had some critical words for reporters overly scrutinizing the bank's second-quarter report.
Credit Suisse shared with clients the firm's strategic updates to biotechnology stock picks in its second-quarter earnings preview.
Four banks reporting earnings beat their expectations, but all are trading down.
Flat consumer inflation and weak June retail sales triggered doubts that the Fed will be able to raise interest rates again this year.
Credit Suisse raises its year-end forecast for the S&P 500, pointing to a slowdown in wage growth.
"Are we in a market bubble or not? I don't know. I'm silent on it," the former Microsoft CEO tells CNBC.
Markets are back to favoring Wall Street stocks over Main Street stocks as financials boom and retail are pulverized.
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