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After a bitter end to the week for big tech stocks, was the drop the start of a significant reversal for the high-flying group?
Mizuho downgraded Apple to neutral from buy Sunday. The Nasdaq 100 dropped more than 1 percent Monday.
Jim Cramer delves into the complicated problems plaguing the once-lauded construction company Chicago Bridge & Iron.
Jim Cramer looks ahead to the stocks and events on his radar next week, including a key Federal Reserve meeting.
The market is in the midst of a very powerful liquidity trade, Allianz's Mohamed El-Erian said.
Don't worry about tech's dive. Celebrate it.
The low volatility plaguing the market looks here to stay, after traders hoping for a spike this week got the opposite.
Citi Research downgrades the Snapchat parent and lowers its price target to $20 from $24.
The next potential turning point for markets is the upcoming Fed meeting, and it could be a catalyst for a market that's been going nowhere.
Some of the names on the move ahead of the open.
Despite Comey's testimony and the U.K. elections posting headlines, the markets remained relatively steady.
As of Friday, the Nasdaq 100 has logged record highs in 10 out of the past 12 sessions.
Global bond funds attracted their biggest inflows in more than two years, Bank of America Merrill Lynch said.
Jim Cramer dives into InterActive Corporation to understand the company's decades of growth.
Jim Cramer finds that most of the stocks in his old growth acronym, CANDIES, have maintained their success.
RBC Capital Markets said Thursday that the most high-end iPhone 8, which it expects to offer an OLED display, is delayed one to two months.
Credit Suisse raises its price target for McDonald's to $165 from $157, citing improving sales trends according to its checks with the company's store franchisees.
The rating agency bumped BP up one notch to A1 and said the London-based company's outlook was positive.
With used-car prices also expected to drop, Morgan Stanley Equity Analyst Adam Jonas said he is cutting estimates for new auto sales.
A private Nordstrom would allow more spending to keep up with Amazon without getting killed by the investment community, Jim Cramer says.
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