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Shares of SeaWorld Entertainment were higher Tuesday despite mixed third quarter results.
U.S. stocks climbed and the Dow Jones Industrial Average jumped more than 100 points thanks to gains in the tech and consumer sectors.
SeaWorld is coming off a difficult summer but may be on the verge of a turnaround.
SeaWorld shares were down again in the premarket after dropping 11% late Monday following the slashing and discontinuation of its dividend.
The head of Wells Fargo says he is 'deeply sorry' for selling customers unauthorized bank accounts and credit cards.
U.S. stocks add to gains after a series of positive earnings from retail companies and another increase in crude prices.
The company's CEO blames 'unprecedented' response to exchange rates.
Stocks wavered around the flatline after an unexpected rise in jobless claims worried investors ahead of Friday's jobs report.
Chipotle, Wendy's on the bull side and gold stocks on the bear side.
U.S. stocks followed crude oil higher as both a massive Canadian wildfire and fighting in Libya threatened disrupted output.
TheStreet's Jim Cramer says Verizon VZ is a stock to hold onto, thanks to its great yield and accelerating growth.
U.S. stocks were mostly higher, trading at their best levels of 2016 at midday on Thursday.
U.S. stocks struggled for direction, flitting between positive and negative territory for much of the morning on Thursday.
U.S. stocks opened higher on Tuesday as oil prices rebounded after starting the week lower.
The Commerce Department says productivity rose 1.6% when a negative number was expected.
SeaWorld Entertainment (SEAS) is ready for a legal battle with the California Coastal Commission.
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As we head for the exits today, we're looking at the latest economic data and some top news stories.
U.S. stocks opened flat to higher on Thursday. Weekly jobless claims came in about as expected at 270,000.
Alibaba shot higher after reporting a 45% jump in revenue in its most recent quarter. The company also named chief operating officer Daniel Zhang as its new CEO.
Stocks were holding onto earlier gains in midday trading Monday as markets hovered in wait-and-see mode.
The "Blackfish" documentary isn't the company's biggest problem.