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The revised expectations from the most popular sector come against a generally dismal backdrop for corporate profits.
For those seeking safety in the tech trade, these three plays could provide shelter, says Oppenheimer's Ari Wald.
Morningstar's sustainability rating can help you tell whether companies are toeing the line when it comes to environment, social and governance factors. Here's a look at some of the funds that come out on top in 2018.
Apple stock is typically under pressure the day of its closely watched media events, and Monday was no exception.
The card, revealed at an elaborate Apple event, is hamstrung by the still-limited reach of Apple Pay, according to analysts led by Goldman's Rod Hall.
Here are the biggest calls on Wall Street on Tuesday
Analysts were left with many questions unanswered at Apple's services event.
Bed Bath & Beyond rocketed 25 percent higher Tuesday morning following a report that three activists are trying to replace the board.
The "peculiar" technicals in the market have to do with Europe and what's happening with the Fed, Allianz's chief economic advisor says.
Economic slowdown jitters are driving investors to a sector that has little potential for gains, according to National Securities’ Art Hogan.
Some of the names on the move ahead of the open.
Wall Street's reaction to money-losing companies like Lyft and Uber going public is a key factor in whether their valuations can hold up, says Renaissance Capital's Kathleen Smith.
Things might look a little gloomy in the world's biggest economy, but the U.S. is standing out as the only game in town to produce real growth.
The Federal Reserve Bank of New York, Princeton and Columbia find President Trump's tariffs are costing U.S. consumers billions each month.
Bank of America's tech chief Cathy Bessant wades into the debate about blockchain, whose proponents claim will be as significant as the internet.
Analysts are torn on Tesla, but technician Ari Wald says he's still in the negative camp even if he sees a potential 40 percent rally ahead.