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The e-commerce distributor of handmade goods has had a rough go since its IPO last fall, but investors may see a turnaround coming -- especially given the start-up's shallow debt level and deep pool of liquidity reserves.
Americans are expected to spend a record $3 billion on cyber Monday this year and e-commerce sites are gearing up to grab market share.
For Tuesday November 3, investors are anxiously awaiting earnings from several notable companies including Tesla and Etsy.
Investors will focus on potential growth opportunities for eBay (EBAY) when reviewing the company's first quarterly earnings report since its spin-off of PayPal (PYPL), according to one analyst.
Stocks inched higher at Monday's close but with little energy as investors waited for a busy earnings week to kick into high gear.
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Some of the hottest private companies could go public before the end of the year, like fitness chain SoulCycle and mobile payments processor Square.
Shares of Etsy (ETSY) jumped 12% Tuesday, bringing its weekly gain to almost 20%.
Utilities and technology names led the way lower, resulting in an overall modest decline.
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For every GoPro, many more will blow up in your face.
Robin Chase, co-founder and former CEO of Zipcar, spoke about the sharing economy during an interview at the Aspen Ideas Festival.
Amazon (AMZN) is launching a handmade crafts marketplace to target online retailer Etsy.
While many Federal Reserve officials believe a June rate hike is unlikely, one strategist thinks the Fed may not pull the trigger at all in 2015.
Stocks were flat Wednesday morning as investors anxiously await the Fed minutes out this afternoon.
Etsy (ETSY) shares were down as much as 18% after it delivered quarterly results that missed expectations.
For Tuesday, May 19 we await results from Home Depot (HD), Walmart (WMT), TJX Companies (TJX), Dick's Sporting Goods (DKS), and Etsy (ETSY).
Jim Cramer answers viewers' stock questions sent in on Twitter (TWTR) from the floor of the New York Stock Exchange.
Consumers love Etsy, but investors ponder its long-term value.