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Athleisure manufacturer Lululemon reports quarterly earnings next Thursday, and the options market is implying a relatively tame move on earnings after a mammoth run in recent months.
Gold prices just had their best day in more than a month as renewed tensions with North Korea pushed investors into less risky assets. Trying times call for the safety trade, says one market watcher.
The Meghan Markle effect has spread to yellow gold jewelry, helping boost United States sales in the first quarter of 2018 with further gains expected, jewelers said.
Regulating the cryptocurrencies sector will clean up the industry, and even open the floodgates for new money to come thorough, crypto traders say.
Best Buy shares are sinking following a first-quarter beat that failed to impress Wall Street. The problem, according to one market watcher, was that expectations were too high.
Bridgewater Associates founder Ray Dalio said in a LinkedIn blog post last year that he recommends gold during periods of rising geopolitical tensions with North Korea.
Dividend stocks like consumer staples have always been safe havens in a volatile market, but they are tanking in 2018. Don't give up on dividend income yet.
Geopolitical turmoil and policy certainty are combining to make businesses more cautious about investing, Atlanta Fed President Raphael Bostic says.
"The assumption was that the president wanted very much to have this meeting," Art Cashin says.
An ETF tracking South Korean stocks slides after Trump called off his nuclear summit with North Korea's Kim Jong Un.
CNBC's Jim Cramer acknowledges that first quarter of 2018 showed an acceleration in the number of cars imported.
Analysts are concerned about unhealthy inventories at some stores and a huge footprint still in malls.
Gold surges immediately after Trump announces his decision to cancel the Singapore summit with North Korean leader Kim.
J.P. Morgan predicts the market will rally to new all-time highs in the next few months.
General Electric does not plan to cut its dividend in 2019, people familiar with the situation told CNBC's David Faber.
Best Buy stock fell 6 percent in premarket trading Thursday after the company did not provide an update to its full year forecast.