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Netflix (NFLX) hit an all-time high after impressing investors with its subscriber growth over the second quarter.
The Greek Parliament approved austerity reforms so now the measures go to the European Central Bank, which was scheduled to meet anyway today.
The energy and materials sectors dragged the averages lower.
The market is still at its highest P/E multiple since 2004.
As health-care stocks rally, it's time for politicians to move on.
The future looks bright for health care stocks.
By a 6-3 vote, the U.S. Supreme Court's ruling on Obamacare handed President Obama a victory, and gave investors an opportunity in the healthcare space.
Midday musings from Sir Arthur Cashin: "Europe still waffles indifferently as often-conflicting rumors and headlines swirl. In U.S., health-care ruling helps some medical stocks with UnitedHealth (UNH) providing nearly half of the Dow's rally at 11:...
Regional hospital operators like Tenet Healthcare (THC), HCA Holdings (HCA) and Community Health Systems (CYH) won’t see long-term headwinds if the Supreme Court rules against Obamacare.
If the Supreme Court strikes down Obamacare, these stocks would suffer.
All would produce higher prices for the acquirers.
UnitedHealth Group (UNH) has reportedly approached Aetna (AET) about a takeover deal valued at more than $40 billion.
There were more signs of consolidation in the health care sector as UnitedHealth (UNH) reportedly approached Aetna (AET) about a takeover deal worth more than $40 billion.
Cigna (CI) rocketed higher in Monday's afternoon session on reports it had rejected an offer from Anthem (ANTM) worth approximately $175 a share, valuing the company at over $40 billion.
The trend will continue unless retail sales, job creation and incomes rise faster,
Jim Cramer answers viewers' Twitter (TWTR) questions from the floor of the New York Stock Exchange.
The dollar is weakening. That's actually good for stocks.
Deals coming fast and furious in the best group in town.