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Let's talk about the elephant in the room: the sporting goods retailer's dividend yield.
As AMZN's pop-up store experiment comes to a close, they're pursuing a variety of projects that require physical locations.
Stock has surged 20% as the board reviews 'strategic alternatives.'
This was just the latest ugly chapter for the bookseller -- and then there's the dividend.
Snap shares were up 1.6% on the news.
The Dow spent most of the morning in the red before turning around in the afternoon session.
I would not at all be surprised if Bitcoin traded below $2,000 in less than a year's time.
A better-than-expected quarter from Cisco Systems Inc. drives gains in the tech sector and pushes the Nasdaq to a closing high.
The S&P 500 is on track to close out its fifth straight day of gains.
Walmart brought in $1.08 billion in the recent quarter versus $1.07 billion expected.
The downtrodden sector offers better upside potential than financial and industrial stocks, which are trading at or near their highs.
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The S&P 500 and Nasdaq end at records.
Healthcare stocks led markets higher after a shaky morning following the release of the Senate Republicans' healthcare plan.
If you own Whole Foods shares, no reason not to hold on after Amazon moves in.
Why even go in when you already have free two-day shipping?
Wall Street decline as investors catch their breath following a massive, record-breaking rally a day earlier.
The Dow Jones Industrial Average's chance at 20,000 grew more remote as disappointing holiday retail sales soured market sentiment.
Stocks come off highs, though remained on track to close at records. The Dow topped 19,000 for the first time ever earlier in the session.
During the shortened trading week of November 21, investors will be parsing remarks from Federal Reserve Vice Chair Stanley Fischer.
Stocks remained in the red, though off the day's lows, after the European Central Bank left rates unchanged.
On Thursday September 8, the European Central Bank wraps up its September policy meeting.
U.S. markets are closed for Labor Day on Monday, but investors are looking ahead to a key ECB policy meeting and quarterly results from a slew of major companies.
Wall Street was short-changed of any clarity over a rate-hike timeline after the release of minutes from the July meeting showed a split Federal Reserve.
U.S. markets were down Wednesday as crude oil broke its days-long rally.