The "Fast Money" traders weigh in on the tech sector, with FANG stocks falling following Donald Trump's presidential victory.
Thursday was was not a good day for technology stocks.
U.S. equities closed mixed on Thursday as investors repositioned their portfolios following the presidential election.
The sharp jump in interest rates since Donald Trump's victory is sending a shudder through emerging markets, whipsawing currencies and separating winners from losers in the stock market.
The anti-Trump protests across the country are playing their cards all wrong, says Jake Novak.
CNBC's Deirdre Bosa reports on how the tech industry is reacting to Donald Trump's presidential victory.
The Trump administration could cause a lot of headaches for Silicon Valley.
Tim Hockey, TD Ameritrade CEO, weighs in on the post-election rally in the markets.
Amazon shares have dropped 5 percent since Donald Trump was elected president, however John Blackledge believes there is nothing to worry about.
Tech executives are breaking their silence and speaking out on Donald Trump's victory, seeking to reassure the community.
As department stores struggle to grow sales, they're shrinking down their businesses to prop up their profits.
Amazon shares have slid since the election as investors consider whether a President Donald Trump will go after Jeff Bezos.
After learning that Washington Post reporters were looking into his past, Trump railed against Amazon chief Jeff Bezos in a tweetstorm.
John Blackledge, Cowen analyst, weighs in on big-cap tech stocks, including Amazon as Donald Trump raises anti-trust concerns about the company.
The already simmering online grocery rivalry between Amazon and Wal-Mart Stores is expected to heat up over the upcoming holidays.
Macy's reaffirmed its previous earnings-per-share guidance, and raised its sales outlook for the full year.
Many are still reeling from the result of the presidential election. What next? The New York Times takes a look.
Mark Mahaney, RBC Capital Markets, provides his take on the tech sector during a Trump presidency.
Carter Worth, Cornerstone Macro, goes to the charts to discuss where he sees the top five largest stocks in the S&P 500 heading in a Donald Trump presidency.
President-elect Donald Trump has been parsimonious with details about his plans but Mr. Market is filling in the blanks, perhaps too optimistically, explains Breakingviews.