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Health insurer Aetna (AET) reported earnings of $3.42 a share vs $2.35 expected.
With 5G services set to make the U.S. broaband market more competitive in a couple of years, Verizon appears interested in covering its flank, and also growing its broadband footprint.
Stocks move higher to start the week and month after congressional leaders reach a deal to fund the federal government through September.
Shares of Dish Network were up by 1.95% to $59.17 on Wednesday morning.
New figures suggest Netflix's U.S. reach among streaming services is in a league of its own, and that its usage rates would be tough to match.
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Now that there's been a rate hike, here are some stocks to buy.
Let's take a look at several stocks that are trading on unusual volume.
Stocks move mostly lower as investors waited for clarity on interest rates.
A look at the charts and indicators of T and DISH.
AT&T is promising DirecTV content on just about every screen you might own.
While Disney-Netflix rumors should be taken with a grain of salt, Disney does face major challenges that might require a big move to resolve.
ESPN will be the focus of Disney's earnings report Thursday as CEO Bob Iger offers his view on Nielsen's report that the popular sports network lost 621,000 subscribers in October.
On Wednesday, November 9, investors will grapple with the aftermath of Tuesday's presidential election, while parsing various earnings reports.
Norwegian Cruise Line was pulling down industry-peer Royal Caribbean Tuesday on lowered guidance.
Attacks at a gay nightclub in Orlando is putting investors on edge.
Investors should be wary of the increasingly popular activist short-sellers.
Wall Street was down in the dumps for day two on Wednesday as investors fretted over a laundry list of worries.
Subscription service to stream cable channels would cost $40 per month.
Wall Street had more than enough to digest on Thursday after an avalanche of earnings reports from industry titans ranging from GM to American Express.