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The trade war between China and the U.S. weighed on stocks Wednesday.
It goes against conventional wisdom to buy into the airlines sector as crude oil prices rise.
Look for the airlines to get at a minimum a dead-cat bounce and potentially more if oil cools.
AAL could bounce in the short-term but the overall pattern points to declines.
Tech and retail gains aren't enough to lead markets to new highs.
Here are the business stories you must watch as Wall Street wakes up from the weekend.
In a talk with TheStreet, IBM Cloud Platform CTO Jason McGee argues the company has some unique strengths in a very competitive cloud infrastructure market.
The groups that are winners will stay winners as long as interest rates maintain their downward trajectory.
The right things keep happening at the wrong times.
U.S. regulators are reviewing the proposed merger between the two media companies.
Former employees told CNBC that the company is having issues producing the batteries for the vehicles.
There probably will not be a trade war, beyond the intention of making a point.
Many market conventions are falling by the wayside in this wildly bullish market.
Wages could finally pick up steam in 2018 thanks to a new wave of employee bonuses from tax cuts.
TheStreet's founder and Action Alerts PLUS Portfolio Manager Jim Cramer weighs in on Wednesday's trending stocks.
It is a red flag if your stock stalls out on rallies.
American Airlines and Southwest Airlines are the latest companies to offer $1,000 bonuses to employees on the heels of the recently passed corporate tax cuts.
Will Wall Street set more records today? Here's everything you need to know.
The charts of United Continental, Spirit Airlines and JetBlue Airways are promising heading into 2018.
Shipments could start showing signs of decline in March.
Bitcoin dropped another $1,500 Wednesday after setting a record high.
An observation: Despite being within 1% of the all-time high in the S&P Index, this week's feature was a number of investment potholes --relatively large sized individual fundamental disappointments followed by marked stock price drops. Celgene , B...
The forces that artificially impacted the marketplace return to normal; so will the marketplace itself.