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Jim Cramer takes to the charts of technician Tim Collins to forecast a potential buying opportunity in the stock of General Dynamics.
The dollar index just hit a new 13-month low, and that could be great news for stocks.
CEO Michael Roth says his advertising company's poor report largely came from reduced spending by consumer goods clients.
Artificial intelligence, machine learning and robotics are making some real money for stock investors, and beating the market.
Wedbush research forecasts Twitter to beat revenue expectations but have underwhelming user growth rates.
Mining stocks led the S&P 500 higher on Tuesday on strong quarterly results and a surge in copper prices.
Jefferies says Delphi Automotive & BorgWarner are the "best positioned to benefit from ongoing secular auto tech shifts."
TipRanks identifies the corporate insiders with the best-performing track records and the stocks they are buying.
The iPhone 8 is expected by some analysts to revamp Apple's influence in China.
Chipotle shares are down 8 percent after reports of a Norovirus outbreak in Virginia and mice sightings in Dallas.
To see Anthony Scaramucci running the communications operation has served as a bit of a shock to those on Wall Street.
Domino's fell more than 8 percent in Tuesday trade following weaker-than-expected international same store sales growth.
That would make YouTube worth just over five Twitters.
Despite the bears, Caterpillar's stock will continue to climb, Jim Cramer says.
Citi shares rose 3 percent in opening trade Tuesday as the financial firm began its first investor day since the financial crisis.
Alphabet second-quarter profit drops on EU fine. Sales rise 21 percent on more YouTube, mobile search ads
Some strategists say investors ought not to worry about the Fed hitting stocks at this juncture even as it is in the midst of tightening.
Goldman Sachs Group Inc is pulling back substantially from trading that helps backstop the fast-growing use of US exchange-traded funds.
Respondents to the CNBC Fed Survey have marked down their expectations for Federal Reserve rate increases and for fiscal policy stimulus.
This is the big problem market strategist Stephen Wood sees in nearly every portfolio right now.
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