Societe Generale reduced its rating on Citigroup to sell from hold, citing deteriorating credit trends and increased loan loss provisions. » Read More
By: Tae Kim
GBH Insights starts coverage for Apple shares with a "highly attractive" rating, predicting record iPhone unit sales next year. » Read More
By: Tae Kim
KeyBanc Capital Markets raises its rating on Apple to overweight, predicting it will report better-than-expected earnings next year. » Read More
The company is expected to post revenue of $2.97 billion up 30 percent year over year, per a Thomson Reuters consensus estimate. » Read More
Oil prices closed in on the highest level in six months as a conflict in Iraq spilled over into Kurdish-held Kirkuk.
A race to dominate the smart bike market is on as Chinese start-ups Ofo and Mobike face off in the US against California-based LimeBike.
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Cramer also says there's "very little skepticism" about Netflix's latest quarter.
The AICPA National CPA Financial Literacy Commission offers 10 year-end moneywise tips for a fresh financial start in 2018.
Tech has been on a tear this year, and closely watched chart reader Carter Worth is eyeing one name for an even bigger breakout: Facebook.
RBC Capital drops Ford stock to sector perform, saying the automaker is still "very early in the turnaround."
China's maturing stock market is booming this year, with no correction in sight, say investing experts.
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"Economic surprises I think are going to get as high as they're going to get," Jim Paulsen says.
Jim Cramer presents the stock of Texas Instruments as a steady-eddie name for those seeking tamer investments in tech.
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ARK's Cathie Wood said cryptocurrencies like bitcoin will become so valuable and widespread that all money transfers are going to be free.
Health-care stocks took a plunge Friday after the White House killed key Obamacare payments to health insurers.
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