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The technology sector is among the main beneficiaries of the Trump tax reform.
Driverless cars may get all the headlines, but we see opportunities in these more traditional names.
Traders are watching overnight developments in Asia and Europe, response to Apple's Asian iPhone 8 launch and layoffs at HPE.
Healthcare stocks led markets higher after a shaky morning following the release of the Senate Republicans' healthcare plan.
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The big used-car retailer really knows the market for used vehicles and can use technology to its advantage.
This isn't the same Walmart as 5 years ago, which should scare rivals Kroger and Target.
But even if auto lending losses rise, it won't affect the new iShares consumer loan ETF.
Stocks snap back from their worst losses in eight months seen a day earlier.
"I would say that (today) the averages are faring better than the average stock -- on average. If you know what I mean!" -- Kass Diary, Consider this Yogiism! With opening day yesterday and tonite's NCAA final (I like North Carolina in a high sin...
Short-sellers are feeling the pressure this year, but you don't have to if you take a look at these four stock that could face short squeezes.
Consider how many post-election predictions of disaster have not happened.
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CarMax said declining credit quality has led to a wind down in showroom turnout
CarMax shares slide as showroom turnout seems to be falling in tandem with loan quality.
Central banks take center stage on Wednesday, September 21.
The Federal Reserve takes center stage for the week of September 19.
Take part in a mini retail revival ahead their earnings season in early August.