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It's time for the central bank to show the same level of concern for their misplaced aggression.
There are several avenues to invest in the potential cannabis boom -- recreational plays; medical plays; and companies that have a lot to gain from the industry but aren't reliant upon it for success.
John Butters and his FactSet team noted individual companies that have seen the largest changes in third-quarter earnings forecasts by sector.
Not every cannabis stock was strong on Wednesday. One significant Canadian name sure was though.
The Dow snapped a four-day winning streak as President Trump commented on the Federal Reserve and currency manipulation in an interview that it set to air Friday.
Cloud stocks, unlike most of tech, are less exposed to Chinese revenue and tariffs.
British American Tobacco hasn't been this cheap since 2010.
Fridays are tough because of Chinese retaliation in what's become a hot trade war as the US fights back.
The creature from beneath your bed, or from the darkest recesses of your closet, can still spook the marketplace.
Latest salvo in China trade war damages tech while higher rates and oil undercut consumer goods and housing.
For my portfolio, you can't beat this SBUX competitor -- and for a cup of coffee.
The free market is going to take back control of interest rates.
Former employees told CNBC that the company is having issues producing the batteries for the vehicles.
The company claims that cigarette alternatives are less harmful.
The latest Philip Morris earnings were very disappointing, again. But in Asia, the company is transitioning away from cigarettes and toward next-gen nicotine products, as these figures show.
Dow and S&P 500 move slightly deeper into record territory on 30th anniversary of the 1987 crash.
"I have really in my own mind been looking for a crash, not a bear market... We are in the middle of something like 1946 and 1962 -- and to some extent something like 1929 but not as bad....I look not for a long bear market but for a brief but vicio...
My recent trip to Seoul showed how it's not North Korea that worries South Koreans. It's the White House occupant that's the wild card in an old game.
Asia will be the battlefield for smoke-free nicotine devices, which don't sound catchy but are catching on fast in in the Asian markets where they're available.
Japan's leading cigarette company has bought big cigarette players in Indonesia and the Philippines. But it would be better off burning its cash in other ways.
Asia is the Alamo for cigarette makers, site of their last stand. When will cigarette producers realize the future burns electric?
A remarkable amount of people smoke in Asia. Will the region's switch to e-cigarettes save the makers of traditional cigarettes?