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Morgan Stanley reduces its rating for AMD shares, predicting cryptocurrency mining and gaming console demand will falter in 2018.
As the world's population starts to live longer, there's one industry set to capitalize on retirement plans.
Jim Cramer listed the drivers behind Amazon, Alphabet, Microsoft and Intel's earnings beats and explained why their stocks are worth buying.
Jim Cramer explained why he thinks Coca-Cola should fully acquire energy drink maker Monster Beverage.
Jim Cramer laid out his game plan for another busy week of earnings, in which Apple, Mastercard and Starbucks report.
Jim Cramer highlighted the top stock he’s watching in the week ahead.
Some tiny stocks are taking a wild ride as traders look for ways to bet on bitcoin's blockchain technology.
Jefferies analyst Brian Tanquilut wrote on Friday that he suspects Amazon is growing its professional medical device business.
Technology has become key for stocks today, indicating that blowout earnings from giants such as Microsoft could be good for the market.
Expedia was losing nearly a fifth of its value on Friday after reporting quarterly earnings that failed to meet expectations.
The copper-gold ratio, a metric that is calculated by dividing the price of copper by the price of gold, is surging.
Amazon, Alphabet and Microsoft reported earnings after the bell Thursday, all beating the Street and sending stocks on the rise.
Amazon "is clearly a huge piece of this," but there's much more, health care services analyst Ana Gupte says.
Shares of Tesla fell in premarket trade after Evercore ISI downgraded the stock to in-line from buy on Friday.
The tech-heavy Nasdaq composite rose to a record high as Wall Street cheered blowout quarterly reports from three big tech companies.
There's a trend in the market that's about to send one big bank to new all-time highs, says one trader.
Big tech is firing on all cylinders.
A daily look at the morning's key financial stories.
Some of the names on the move ahead of the open.
Twenty years ago Friday, for the first and only time, systemwide circuit breakers shut the market before the official 4 p.m. close.
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