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Kloza sees oil largely remaining in its recent low- to mid-$50 range for some time.
The XLE energy ETF hit its lowest level since before the November presidential election, as crude oil logged a 7 percent loss on the week.
Apple, Alphabet, Microsoft, Amazon and Facebook are doing a load of heavy lifting.
BMO Capital Markets initiates coverage on McDonald's with an outperform rating.
This economic bellwether's shares are climbing Friday on a better-than-expected earnings report.
The biggest debate going on over the economy is whether to believe the 'soft' data or the 'hard' data.
The reclusive hedge fund legend is reportedly getting worried about the stock market's value relative to the U.S. economy.
Lackluster first-quarter sales and a weaker-than-expected gross margin have lead analysts to question if Mattel can complete its promised turnaround.
Barclays upgrades its rating on Costco to overweight from equal weight after a survey revealed the retailer's food category strength.
Executives' optimism is dimming with the lack of regulatory reform from Trump, according to an analysis of first-quarter earnings calls.
A daily look at the morning's key financial stories.
Some strategists foresee more upside for McDonald's ahead of its quarterly earnings report next week.
Some of the names on the move ahead of the open.
The "Fast Money" traders step into the retail space to discuss their favorite stocks.
Jim Cramer added some color to a stock that has the potential to paint profits on Wall Street.
Jim Cramer looked into activism at Buffalo Wild Wings, Whole Foods, and Arconic to see how effective those investors can be.
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