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RBC says quarterly estimates now imply that a much-feared earnings recession will be avoided.
The options market implies a post-earnings move of 15% in either direction for the social media giant's stock, and trader Dan Nathan sees more potential risk than reward.
China has been ravaged by an outbreak of African swine flu, which could force China to make concessions in its negotiations with the U.S.
President Donald Trump's goal of cutting Iran's oil exports to zero may spark another round of gasoline price increases, analysts say.
Morgan Stanley's Mike Wilson is sticking by his call for an earnings recession and isn't changing his price target for the S&P 500 — even though he sees the stock market hitting new highs in the next couple of weeks.
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Wealthfront's high-yield cash account has attracted $1 billion from customers since launching in February.
Twitter is partying hard on Tuesday. Even with those gains, the social stock still looks like a name with more upside to come to this technician.
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Craig Moffett, co-founder of boutique research firm MoffettNathanson, says spectrum is not sufficient enough in the United States.
Japanese billionaire Masayoshi Son, the founder of Japanese conglomerate SoftBank, personally lost over $130 million when he sold his position in bitcoin, the Wall Street Journal reported on Tuesday.