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Amid the broader stock market selloff on Thursday, TheStreet's founder and Action Alerts PLUS Portfolio Manager Jim Cramer said McDonald's might be a good buy.
Peter Navarro, a fellow White House economic adviser, protectionist in nature, won this round on policy.
Futures are pointing to a second straight day of gains for the Dow. Are you ready to play the game?
Is flipping your favorite burger about to get a little less greasy? Check out the robot moonlighting as a fry cook.
Traders take advantage of MCD's $30 pullback while still protecting themselves from the known remaining downside.
Last Friday's volatile market and greater-than-4% drop in MCD, triggered some juicy option premiums.
The S&P 500 Index is looking a little weak here. If certain key levels fail to hold, stocks may flat out tank.
An out-of-the-money, bearishly biased vertical put spread expiring in April.
The charges were related to an interest-rate problem.
The casual-dining firm has survived and prospered over the past decade even as it faced a double order of headwinds.
Ronald McDonald is no stranger to bizarre menu items or playing around with its menu to invigorate its customers. (It's latest attempt to redo the Happy Meal might be the pushing it though.) But check out some of the weirder items we found when we checked out the menus at McDonald's restaurants around the world.
McDonald's is making more changes to its Happy Meal. The company should just take the sales hit and kill the Happy Meal once and for all.
As McDonald's makes a pretty historic change to its 'Happy Meal,' take a look at the 'healthy' options available on the kids' menus of the most popular fast food restaurants.
Hopefully, someday you'll love anything as much as Warren Buffett loves Apple. These are the stories you must watch Thursday.
Technicals and fundamentals align on these large-cap, currency and sector-specific plays.
Things I'm looking at in this fragile market that seems like it isn't fragile for the moment.
But rate increases could still derail the action.
Corrections in McDonalds have largely been sideways affairs, or shallow and brief dips.
The Dow Jones Industrial Average fell over 400 points at one point on Tuesday. The two factors driving the declines were a rising 10-Year Treasury yield and lackluster earnings from McDonald's.
TheStreet's founder and Action Alerts PLUS Portfolio Manager Jim Cramer weighs in on Tuesday's trending topics.
You might actually be grateful that stocks took one on the jaw on Monday.