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For the week of Dec. 12, investors await a key Federal Reserve meeting and quarterly results from a host of major companies.
Amid the market rally, next week's interest-rate decision will get major focus.
This stock is testing the lower end of its sideways consolidation pattern.
The company has unveiled new features at this year's AWS re:Invent conference and made a convincing argument that rivals can't match the breadth of its offerings.
Stocks climbed Monday as investors pinned hopes on a production freeze agreement among members of OPEC.
The election of Donald Trump is clearly a "mixed bag" for technology investors and investment bankers.
This is similar price action to what we witnessed in August before a 7% move lower.
Jim Cramer says analysts ganged up on Apple during Tuesday evening's conference call following the release of its earnings report.
A series of questions denigrated an amazing company.
Fight the urge to get in while it's hot. Long-term owners should consider locking in gains.
The stock appears to be teetering on the last remnants of support to avoid seeing red.
It may be outdated, and some names can be ruled out, but at least one is intriguing.
Stocks are expensive worldwide and those high valuations makes them vulnerable to bad news.
A visionary like Vala Afshar understands the potential that Twitter really has.
Cisco's latest tie-up with a major tech company will yield integrated software and IoT solutions. Microsoft, Oracle and others appear to be in the cross hairs.
Amid Oracle's effort to compete with Amazon in the cloud space, TheStreet's Jim Cramer said it's tough to go against Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos.
Meanwhile, too many investors are still waiting for the 'big one.'
As Oracle moves more toward cloud, Jim Cramer believes the risk and reward opportunity on the company's shares is decent.
Shares Oracle were lower Friday after posting weaker-than-expected quarterly results
Deutsche Bank has 'no intent' of paying the Justice Department $14 billion and Apple's latest iPhone models hit the market.
The company missed the last quarter, but you wouldn't know it listening to the call.
The software giant's earnings and guidance once more show the impact of both soaring cloud software sales and slumping on-premise hardware and software sales.
Licensing comes into question as company reports earnings today.
Contrary to popular opinion, the so-called Fintech Revolution is not going to do away with traditional banking services.
This may be the quarter where the cloud comes together for the company, which could see its stock rise if it is.
On Thursday, September 15, investors await quarterly results from Oracle and a policy statement from the Bank of England.