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Saudi Arabia's Energy Minister said Wednesday that the kingdom's crude production would remain within levels outlined in OPEC-led output cuts.
Market focus is largely attuned to earnings season, after better-than-feared figures from major companies in the previous session helped the Nasdaq and S&P 500 indexes reach record closing highs.
SoftBank will invest 900 million euros into German fintech firm Wirecard, as part of a strategic partnership on digital payments.
European stocks were slightly lower Wednesday morning, as market participants monitored the latest flurry of corporate results.
Jim Cramer explains why investors should stick with PepsiCo for the long term, especially after the company's blowout quarter.
Jim Cramer takes calls and gives his thoughts about different stocks in lightning speed.
U.S. automakers barely have a presence in Japan, the world's third-largest car market. Some blame protectionism, others cite the tastes of Japanese consumers and a lack of investment.
The toymaker saw its franchise brands, emerging brands, and gaming business grow in the second quarter and is focused on digital gaming expansion.
"Days like today remind us that short-sellers can serve as rocket fuel for a bull market," Jim Cramer says.
Kraft Heinz's announcement that Miguel Patricio is replacing Bernardo Hees as CEO raises questions over what went wrong and what to do to fix things.
Apple's CEO is still upset about a court battle with the FBI from 2016 following the San Bernadino terrorist attack.
Zoom rallied 72% in its first day of trading on Thursday and has continued to rise.
Ore-Ida is the latest brand Kraft Heinz is considering shedding as it scrambles pay off debt and restructure following a disastrous quarterly report.
Snap shares soared in after-hours trading on Tuesday after the company lowered losses, beat on revenue and continued growing its user base.
China makes use of nine satellites in orbit around the Earth, built by American companies, to boost government capabilities, the WSJ reported.
The indictment marked the first-ever federal criminal charges against company executives for conspiring to illegally distribute opioids.