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The results caused even the fiercest bears to stand up and applaud.
Softbank, Royal Dutch Shell, GlaxoSmithKline and ASML are fantastic foreign stocks to own in the current global market environment.
It is the fastest and cheapest way to grow earnings, and Citi analysts clearly agree.
With enough of earnings season now under our belt, we check out the promising themes and the sectors to avoid.
The weaker pound is likely to benefit some U.K. companies.
Stocks of these resilient connectivity franchises deserve a look.
SoftBank's decision to acquire ARM Holdings is 'breathtaking' along the lines of the LinkedIn takeout by Microsoft earlier this year, and it will ignite the semiconductor sector.
Markets were fairly quiet in early morning trading, with all eyes on earnings.
Be vigilant for a market shift, but meantime keep looking for long-side trades.
Movement in ARMH above $46 would greatly improve the chart and weakness below $37 would call into question the bull case.
Shares of Siemens dropped over 14% in 2015, but a recent earnings report has given the German turbine-maker’s stock a jolt.
Goldman Sachs (GS) is predicting a lackluster end to stocks this year, but next year’s forecasts are looking much brighter.
The stuttering market provided some bigs wins in energy for the bears.
Jim Cramer answers viewers' Twitter (TWTR) questions on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange.
While stocks continue to flirt with record highs, the markets aren’t expensive, given how low interest rates are, one strategist said.
Where it began. The rundown: U.S. futures are slightly higher this morning (S&P 500 is up by 6 handles, Nasdaq is ahead by 14 handles). European stocks are reversing yesterday's losses and are higher by about 0.80%. Nikkei (closed on Monday) is up 0...