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RBC Capital Markets is getting more bullish on stocks as the bank bets on the U.S. economy to get "back-on-track."
Former Aetna Chairman and CEO Mark Bertolini says investors currently are trading "on a basis that says, 'does this drug work today? Did this trial pass today?''"
Millennial savers say they regret not starting to save earlier.
The U.S. economy could be slowing down, but RDM Financial Group's Ron Weiner has three sector picks that could weather any trouble ahead.
Here are the biggest calls on Wall Street on Friday
Some of the names on the move ahead of the open.
With the stock back above its 200-day moving average, Strategic Wealth Partners' Mark Tepper says the "ecosystem is incredibly strong," while Blue Line Futures' Bill Baruch says he's bullish on the name but investors should wait for a better entry.
U.S. economic growth would be much stronger had the Fed stopped raising rates sooner, President Donald Trump said in an interview that aired Friday.
The iconic apparel company came public with a bang, and Jim Cramer details why investors should wait for a pullback to get in.
Jim Cramer talks with CVS CEO Larry Merlo, who says reducing medical costs with the Aetna merger will unlock billions of dollars in value for the company.
Jim Cramer gives his playbook and stock picks for a low-growth economy now that the Federal Reserve won't raise intrest rates this year.
Potential Lyft investors are questioning how and when the company will make money.
Uncle Sam would shave tens of millions of dollars off the windfall before it even reaches the winner.