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Netflix is closing in on $200 per share as the stock's momentum builds from last week's increase on some of its prices.
Wells Fargo raises its rating on Johnson & Johnson, saying that improved performance could lead to better third-quarter results.
Bank stocks are showing some signs of life after moving sideways for the bulk of this year.
Cramer added that investors don't want to pay "25 times earnings for a company that is up against Amazon."
Cowen reiterates its underperform rating for Chipotle shares, predicting the company's third-quarter sales will come in below expectations.
The hurricanes' impact will be temporary — the job market is strong and getting stronger, says Moody's Chief Economist Mark Zandi.
Positivity in society produce optimism, confidence, home runs on the baseball diamond — and stock market advances, researchers have found.
U.S. government debt yields rose Friday, as investors received their first sign that inflation may be on the rise in the latest jobs report.
The amount of upside gain with hardly any downside pain so far makes 2017 one of the best buy-and-hold environments of recent decades.
"It's about worldwide expansion. It's not about what is happening in this country," Jim Cramer says.
Wall Street is missing out on billions thanks in part to some large-cap tech stocks.
Jefferies says Disney's new strategy to compete with Netflix will require significant investments.
A daily look at the morning's key financial stories.
Some of the names on the move ahead of the open.
Jim Cramer sat down with Patterson-UTI Energy Executive Chairman Mark Siegel for an update on the oil patch.
Jim Cramer dug up one big worry on his mind amid the market surging to new highs.
Jim Cramer looks into the group of stocks that drove the Dow Jones' gains in the third quarter.
Jim Cramer explains why he hated analysts' "towel throw" upgrades on the stocks of Sherwin Williams and Microsoft.
Oil is right near a precarious level, according to Phillip Streible of RJO Futures.
Tax talk is setting the stage for markets to keep melting up, but the rally could be poised to lose steam soon.
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