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Apple, even at a record high, looks far cheaper than the overall stock market.
A British regulatory group is trying to deny Steve Cohen's family office, Financial Times reports.
In July, the veteran oil trader told investors in a letter that the global crude market had "materially worsened."
"I still felt that if they were to slash rates more dramatically that they could have saved things," Jim Cramer says.
Dan Loeb says "better lucky than right" regarding his strong returns this year even as his predictions turned out incorrect.
Goldman Sachs isn't that bullish on the stock market, but it found one measure that indicates stocks may not be that expensive.
The full interview with Savita Subramanian.
Politics may have investors ready to cut and run but BlackRock GPS suggests global economy has entered period of sustained growth.
The Dow Jones industrial average is on a tear – surging past 22,000 on Wednesday, but the oldest Dow stock has been the biggest laggard.
The most recent survey of investor sentiment found some very bullish views.
"What I think Congress should attack first is corporate tax reform," the Wharton School finance professor says.
There's one classic market theory starting to appear in the market, and it could be signaling a sell-off.
Interim CEO Yitzhak Peterburg blamed Teva's recent poor performance on a saturation of the U.S. generic drug market.
A daily look at the morning's key financial stories.
Snap's stock fell to an all-time low of $12.52 a share.
Jim Cramer finds a common theme in reports from Royal Caribbean, AMC, General Motors and Apple tied to changing consumer habits.
Jim Cramer breaks down the differences between today and the dot com collapse of 2000.
The Dow jumped across the 22,000 marker for the first time Wednesday, and a wave of earnings news Thursday could keep it going.
Jim Cramer caught up with Rich Williams, the CEO of Groupon, who shared an update on where his business is headed.
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