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L Brands, the owner of Victoria's Secret and Bath & Body Works, says April comp sales fell 5 percent amid retail's latest woes.
Bud brewer AB InBev says it's seeing signs of a turnaround in recession-racked Brazil, its second-largest market, where sales have slumped.
Jim Cramer says he thinks Apple could build a lot in the U.S.
Bitcoin jumps to a fresh all-time high on continued speculation in the digital currency, while gold prices extend losses.
Elon Musk believes Tesla can reach a $700 billion valuation due to its robot and software technologies.
Mixed U.S. stockpile data compounded bearishness that has permeated the energy complex in recent weeks.
Patrick Armstrong, chief investment officer at Plurimi, said he is selling holdings in Apple, Alphabet and Microsoft.
Some of the names on the move ahead of the open.
Bonds are telling one story and stocks another, and some strategists say Friday's jobs report could bring about a day of reckoning.
Investors should think twice before making decisions based on what a low VIX might mean.
After a 27 percent year-to-date gain for the largest component in the S&P 500, has Apple peaked?
The "Fast Money" traders share their first moves for the market open.
Jim Cramer tapped into what the Federal Reserve is considering when considering raising interest rates.
Copper prices dropped Wednesday after a jump in inventories increased worries about a slowdown in China's economy.
The company reported that quarterly circulation revenue increased by 11.2 percent.
As Facebook talks up futuristic technologies like virtual reality and telepathy, its ad technology is still driving its growth
Snap's user growth and recent advertiser investments have catapulted the company to a new level, said CEO of General Atlantic Bill Ford.
ForceShares has introduced two new exchange-traded funds that deliver four times the returns, either higher or lower, of S&P 500 futures.
Playing it safe can stall progress.
"They think you're the world's greatest hedge fund," Jim Cramer says.
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