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Deutsche Bank reiterates its hold rating on Apple shares, predicting iPhone sales will come in below Wall Street estimates in fiscal 2019.
Despite improved profits, Rite Aid shares sink after it reports a revenue miss and a drop in same-store sales.
With tax reform on the table, the earnings story could be heating up soon. Some have even started doing the math.
We are long overdue for a correction, according to former Morgan Stanley Asia Chairman Stephen Roach.
Economists at the Royal Bank of Canada gave an optimistic take on tax reform plans unveiled in the U.S.
Some of the names on the move ahead of the open.
A daily look at the morning's key financial stories.
Jim Cramer sat down with Laurent Potdevin, the CEO of athletic retailer Lululemon, for a fresh take on brick-and-mortar business.
Jim Cramer reveals why all stock moves aren’t created equal.
Jim Cramer sits down with cybersecurity chief Mark McLaughlin to hear his take on recent high-profile hacks.
Jim Cramer highlights the difference between good and bad rallies and lists the drivers behind trustworthy runs.
Morgan Stanley's Mike Wilson currently has one of the loftiest stock market targets on Wall Street, but he also sees a bear market coming.
Shares of retailer Overstock.com surged Wednesday after news its subsidiary is joining the business of trading digital coins.
Piper Jaffray reiterates its overweight rating for Tesla shares, predicting the electric car maker will thrive in China's auto market.
The full interview with Joachim Fels.
Morgan Stanley CEO James Gorman sees more potential in bitcoin and other digital currencies than his counterpart at JPMorgan.
A JPMorgan strategist says that based on today's economic environment, it's time for investors to buy every dip.
Bernstein reiterates its market perform rating on Tesla shares, telling investors to avoid buying it due to Model 3 production risk.
Jim Cramer compares the “Greatest Of All Time,” Muhammad Ali, to Apple, naming the company the “Greatest Stock Of All Time.”
Investors should stop worrying about whether the bull market is over and concentrate on any signs that a bear market might be beginning.
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