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Shares of Amazon ticked lower on Wednesday despite the e-commerce giant reporting its annual Prime Day was its biggest sales event ever.
Investors appear to be warming up to a somewhat overlooked area of the fixed income market.
Morgan Stanley reported second-quarter earnings.
Musk said that he had made the claim out of “anger” because the diver criticized his idea to save a previously trapped Thai boys' soccer team with a "mini-submarine."
Sanguine estimates about the impact of the trade war on China’s economy have not taken into account how tariffs will affect business sentiment, investment and growth, J.P. Morgan analysts wrote in a note.
Hedge fund billionaire David Einhorn and 26 other businessmen and poker players each ponied up $1 million to enter the World Series of Poker's “Big One for One Drop" tournament.
Mastercard wins a patent for cryptocurrency and it could one day allow consumers to charge their purchases on their credit cards using bitcoin as a currency.
See which stocks are posting big moves after the bell on Tuesday.
The Nasdaq reached new highs during Tuesday's trading session, but some investors say the smaller tech stocks are a better bet.
Goldman Sachs was upgraded to outperform from neutral by Credit Suisse during the trading day Tuesday after the New York-based bank reporting better-than-expected quarterly earnings.
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U.S. President Donald Trump and European Commission President Jean-Claude Junker will meet next week to discuss a possible reduction of auto tariffs for several key trade partners, Bloomberg News reported Tuesday.
After years of easy credit and go-go growth powered by China's technology gold rush, the country is now struggling with weakened investment and increasing corporate and local government defaults. This may be a symptom of a widening malaise.
John Traynor of People's United Advisors breaks down the two things investors should keep an eye on in the second half of 2018.
The plunge in Netflix shares following its disappointing quarterly results has many investors poring over Wall Street analysis, wondering if the other so-called "FANG" stocks may also be due for a slowdown.