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Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen's dovish comments sent the S&P 500 over 1% higher to 1820, while the Dow rose 193 points to 15,995. The tech-heavy Nasdaq finished up 1% at 4,191.
Sprint shares are higher in early trading after it reported fourth quarter earnings. While the company is still losing money, it is gaining subscribers.
Tesla, GM, Annie's, Regeneron, and Sprint are all making headlines. By Bret Jensen Tesla Motors (TSLA) has been in the news recently for its move into China. CEO Elon Musk (never the shy one) states that sales in the Middle Kingdom could equal those...
CVS Caremark will report results before the bell this morning, coming after the company's move to 'quit' smoking.
European and Asian stocks follow U.S. markets lower on Tuesday, with Japanese and Hong Kong indices notching up losses that mean they are down well over 10% from year-end highs.
If you don't place your bets now, you could fall behind for the rest of the year.
I've been pleasantly surprised by my conversations with folks at my recent book signings.
Lee Cooperman shared with me some of his favorite stocks over dinner. At a social dinner last night with Omega's Lee Cooperman, Lee liked Sprint (S), Monitise (MONI.L/MONIF), Qualcomm (QCOM), Atlas Resource Partners (ARP) and SandRidge Energy (SD). ...
TheStreet's Jim Cramer says investors should pick up shares of Apple because the tech giant had a 'remarkable selling season.'
The new HTC One Max smartphone is as terrific as it is large.
A Sprint, T-Mobile USA deal could get derailed by the FCC, but with a potential value of over $25 billion, it could be worth the fight for both companies.
Markets are higher ahead of Tuesday's Federal Reserve meeting as taper talk continues. Sprint shares are rising on news the company is in talks to purchase T-Mobile USA, and Aercap says it will buy AIG's plane leasing group for $5 billion. TheStreet's Nicole Urken has details from New York.
Investors will be watching Sprint and T-Mobile this morning on reports of a potential merger, why Twitter's getting 'favorites,' and Jim Cramer's phone pick. Jonathan Marino reports from the Nasdaq.
We are doing less work and it's accruing to just a few companies.
As volatility rises, this stock should provide good income and stability.
There are a number of ways to play this trend -- and it's not too late to buy in.
Verizon/Vodafone deal makes sense but Microsoft/Nokia is a distraction.
Verizon's smart move will make the stock a buy. We can't say the same for Microsoft.