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Hasbro proved the skeptics wrong and posted strong earnings from its 'Star Wars' business
U.S. stocks dropped on Monday, as oil prices fell following Sunday's failed oil talks in Doha.
Hasbro, maker of board games such as Monopoly and Star Wars lightsaber, has made it fun for investors over the last year.
U.S. stocks opened sharply lower as oil prices fell again, and investors fretted about earnings and what's next for the Federal Reserve.
This week, investors will be watching quarterly results from a host of major companies, along with Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen’s bi-annual Congressional address.
‘Star Wars: The Force Awakens’ is expected to bring in $2 billion in sales globally, which could bode well for a host of well-known stocks.
Shares of retailers held up relatively well during the volatility last week.
Mattel is ticking basically every bullish short-term box.
It looks like HAS is headed down into the $60 to $50 support area.
At many retailers, the crowds seem to be stronger than last year.
Toy retailer Toys 'R' Us won’t be the only toy retailer trying to grab a slice of the consumer’s holiday season spending budget.
Investors are retreating from airline and hotel stocks after the terror attacks in Paris.
Peter Boockvar touches on central bankers and the weak earnings picture in this morning's commentary: "While IBM (IBM) has its issues, the response to its earnings is a reminder that at least so far this earnings season, your stock is fine as long a...
Start paying attention to 'currency headwinds' that are surfacing this earnings season.
Stocks were under pressure in midday trading Monday as the energy sector fell after slower Chinese growth in the third quarter threatened oil demand.
And Mattel may not be feeling too playful these days.
There's money to be made in companies that are heavily tied into the new movie's release.
A Labor Day weekend mall crawl reveals a lot about the sector.
Weakening momentum in the stock finally gave way and the recent rebound stopped well short of resistance.
U.S. stocks opened higher Wednesday, rebounding from weakness in global markets.
Jim Cramer answers viewers’ Twitter questions Monday from the floor of the New York Stock Exchange.