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U.S. stocks wavered Tuesday as America headed to the polls in a closely-watched presidential election between Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump.
Investors are bracing for Tuesday's all-important U.S. presidential election between Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump.
CVS needs to change its image to move ahead, says TheStreet's Jim Cramer.
Avoid stocks with poor numbers that would suffer under a Clinton administration.
Let's take a closer look at CVS Health and Valeant Pharmaceuticals.
For the week of November 7, all eyes will be on Tuesday's presidential election.
The stock is likely to drift lower before buyers feel good about it again.
McKesson's disappointing earnings report ignited a selloff in health care stocks, and Jim Cramer says investors are questioning the sector's future.
This group has become ridiculously cheap, but no one cares; watch Best Buy and TJX.
This year hasn't gone Target's way, but its smaller-store format is one way it quietly is working to build a competitive edge for the long haul.
Action Alerts PLUS holdings are preparing for a smartphone showdown, while fellow holding Walgreens could see a boost to earnings.
Problems have hit some favorite names, but opportunities are becoming apparent.
The stock has gotten off to a rousing start, but competition in the cosmetics space should cause investors to look below the surface.
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The recent selloff doesn't track the strong economics of the business.
It doesn't seem a stretch to think CVS could rebound to $100 or better over the coming 12 months.
McKesson is down 10 percent year-to-date due to the heated political debate over drug pricing but the stock is too cheap to ignore.
The retailer's recent price weakness is an opportunity for investors to act.
This was the quarter of bricks-and-mortar retail -- just not Target's bricks and mortar.
Becton Dickinson, CVS and General Dynamics offer value even after the recent run-up in stocks.
Company earnings in line while revenues miss in 'beleaguered oil environment.'
Markets were falling as oil prices continued their two-month descent below $40 a barrel.
U.S. stocks extended losses as auto sales in July disappointed, a rare miss after months of blowout growth.
This stock is not looking healthy when it comes to the charts.