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As shares of the online travel company surge, has Priceline's technical condition improved?
U.S. stocks were on track for their first three-day winning streak of the year on Wednesday as hopes Iran would agree to a production cap boosted crude oil.
In 'What's Ahead on Wall Street' for Wednesday Feb. 17, we expect to get more quarterly results including T-Mobile and Priceline.
Hormel Foods looks intriguing, as does Wal-Mart and T-Mobile.
The stock is well down from its highs of last year -- and it still has further to go.
"When are you gonna come down? When are you going to land? I should have stayed on the farm. I should have listened to my old man." -- Elton John, Goodbye Yellow Brick Road The TFANGs' bubble officially burst on Friday -- and "kaboom," thy name is L...
One view likes oil larger and the other view likes oil small.
This option play involving the online travel giant is not a strategy for small accounts.
The revolution isn't over, but it may be time to review strategy.
TheStreet looked at stocks that soared under the Federal Reserve’s QE program, and Jim Cramer explains why some shares performed better than others.
Charts show Priceline, Expedia and JetBlue are poised to rally.
There is a stock opportunity here despite the metal's struggles.
We want to see more price action evidence that support holds.
An even stronger warning than the one August is being signaled.
TheStreet's Jim Cramer said to buy Priceline (PCLN) on the dip Monday while answering viewer questions from the floor of the New York Stock Exchange.
Stocks opened lower on Monday morning as investors prep for the Fed's looming rate hike, which the markets say will occur with certainty during the central bank's December meeting.
There will reports from Macy's, Kohl's and Nordstrom.
TheStreet's Jim Cramer is keeping an eye on Priceline (PCLN) Monday when the online travel firm releases its third quarter earnings results before the bell.
OK, they might not rise that much. But they look set to rally.
Credibility of market-moving tweets questioned; what's Alibaba up to?
Stocks were lower in midday trading Wednesday as investors fretted over weak consumer spending that backed up recent weakness seen in the U.S. economy over the third quarter.