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Consumer sentiment gained more than expected in early February as the spending power recovered after the end of the longest government shutdown in history.
Credit Suisse downgraded General Dynamics stock to neutral from outperform on Friday, saying the company is "well behind defense peers" in projected growth this year.
Some of the names on the move ahead of the open.
An impending election and the need to spur economic growth mean Singapore will likely — for the first time in four years — spend more than it is projected to earn.
China's Consumer Price Index missed expectations in January coming in at 1.7 percent higher than a year ago, the National Bureau of Statistics said on Friday.
"I've never seen a sector have the political tailwinds, the economic tailwinds, and the wellness tailwinds that this sector potentially has," said legendary investor Danny Moses.
"I wish Amazon had stuck it out a little bit longer, because in the long term I believe that this would have been a good deal for both," said Rep. Gregory Meeks, D-N.Y.
Longtime Warren Buffett partner Charlie Munger is set to address shareholders of the Daily Journal in his annual address as chairman.
These are the stocks posting the largest moves midday Thursday.
The sudden and unexpected plunge in December's retail sales data raised new concerns about recession, but economists also say the biggest drop in nine years clashes with other data and may be suspect.
People are feeling good about their wallets, and it shows. Nearly 70 percent of participants in a recent Gallup poll said they expect their finances to be better off by this time next year. Here's why.
The central bank offiical endorses a patient approach on rate hikes, particularly considering "crosscurrents" that are building up for growth.
Wealthfront is offering a no-fee cash account with a 2.24 percent interest rate.
China is promising to buy semiconductors in an attempt to alleviate trade tensions with the U.S., according to the Wall Street Journal.
The "Fast Money" traders share their first moves for the market open.
Citi Research downgraded its rating on Yelp shares to neutral from buy, saying the company's recent 2019 earnings forecasts were "disappointing."