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If this is a bear market, why do the buyers keep showing up?
Contemporary shopping and buying trends continue to confound established stores.
People are spending on trips more than they are on goods.
It's a wonder to me how split this market really is.
The Dow Jones Industrial Average and S&P 500 ended in the red as worries over economic growth in the first quarter persisted.
Selling had little or nothing to do with tax plan.
Priceline, Burlington Stores and Broadcom aren't sexy, but they keep delivering.
U.S. stock futures rise and global stocks post gains after Donald Trump promises he will soon cut taxes for business.
Daily and weekly charts indicate shares of the online travel agency could rise to $125 or higher.
Financial volatility and uncertainty have fueled the cryptocurrency's recent gains. Real-world usage seems to have little to do with it.
U.S. stocks fluctuate as Wall Street picks apart the likely policies of President-elect Donald Trump.
Technical indicators support a breakout scenario for shares of the online travel company.
The stock has been steadily climbing and with today's gain is one of the S&P 500's best performers.
Pretend you're seeing discounted tickets with JetBlue and Southwest shares.
Craig-Hallum's George Sutton raises Vonage target price on Nexmo acquisition.
Vonage's new acquisition could be worth more than Vonage itself.
The Anheuser-Busch InBev and SABMiller deal is another step closer to completion.
Despite an earnings miss, Jim Cramer believes Expedia will come back and he likes the stock
Priceline and Expedia are well-priced and positioned to prosper in the coming years.
Apple and other tech giants will report, while the FOMC also meets.