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President Donald Trump said on Friday he wants OPEC to raise its oil production.
Stocks, particularly industrials, have been weak "since the peak in January" but nobody was really taking notice, he adds.
Needham reiterates its buy rating for EA shares, saying its subscription business is already a multibillion-dollar asset for the company.
The full interview with Tony Crescenzi.
Nordea's head of group sustainable finance Sasja Beslik said the company's sustainability funds will not invest in Facebook shares anymore.
GE should suspend its quarterly dividend for the next 18 months, Goldman Sachs wrote in a Thursday night note to clients.
Since 1950 when the S&P 500 rose at least 3% heading into the first day of summer, the year was positive every time.
Some of the names on the move ahead of the open.
A little-known indexing event Friday will likely result in the biggest volume day of the year.
Credit Suisse reiterates its outperform rating for Intel shares, predicting the chipmaker will generate strong earnings results next year.
Bitcoin prices fall after a regulatory agency in Japan ordered several cryptocurrency exchanges to review their business practices.
Trade war fears have weighed on U.S. equity markets, but Chinese stocks are bearing the brunt of the international tension, equity strategist Matt Maley says.
The supermarket operator saw strong earnings after shifting its focus to online grocery and delivery services.
A continued surge in corporate earnings will have only limited benefit for stock prices, which face multiple policy obstacles, according to Goldman Sachs.
He was talking about practice – but the trades and the millions of dollars of profit were real.
Jim Cramer says he was "stunned" by news that Brian Krzanich has resigned as Intel chairman and CEO.