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Facebook (FB) smashed earnings expectations--again. Shares are hitting record highs in the pre-market.
Slow economic growth in Europe is making U.S. technology firms more attractive as takeout plays.
Apple and other tech giants will report, while the FOMC also meets.
U.S. stocks move higher with the Dow Jones Industrial Average and S&P 500 on track to close at another record high.
Markets were fairly quiet in early morning trading, with all eyes on earnings.
U.S. stocks shook off the dour end to April to spring higher on the first trading day of the new month.
U.S. indices were declining midday, though M&A activity sent some stocks soaring.
Wall Street celebrated the seven-year anniversary of its bull market with market gains and a rally in crude oil.
Barring some fresh bullish influence, GRPN is likely to drift back down to the $2 area.
The market’s rally since mid-February has made life tougher for the market’s bears, but short-selling opportunities remain in names like Abercrombie & Fitch.
U.S. indices are rising in conjunction with oil prices and are on track for their first three-day winning streak of 2016.
U.S. stocks are rising, building off the momentum major indices built up in premarket trading.
U.S. stocks moved off of highs as excitement over oil production cuts subsided.
Stocks bounced on Friday, looking to end the week with a rally, as crude oil spiked and banking stocks recovered.
We believe firms that are creating innovative new products that solve a problem will be the next generation of growth leaders.
It will be difficult for the board to side with Starboard vs. the CEO that handpicked many of its members.
A December rate hike is a live possibility, according to Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen.
Honda (HMC) is dumping longtime supplier Takata over its deadly airbags.
Wynn Resorts (WYNN) moved lower Wednesday after Fitch Ratings revised its Macau gaming growth forecast for the year.
U.S. stocks opened lower Friday as the Labor Department reported that there were 215,000 jobs created in July job and the unemployment rate remained unchanged at 5.3%.
The U.S. added a solid 215,000 jobs in July, which could help push a Fed rate hike in September.
For Friday August 7, TheStreet highlights the Employment Situation Report, along with earnings from major companies.
Keurig shares plummet as investors wake up and smell the coffee.
My review is that it's time to ditch this troubled stock -- fast.
Casino stocks with exposure to Macau rallied Monday on news its government is considering easing smoking bans on casino floors.
Jim Cramer answers viewers' Twitter (TWTR) questions on Monday from the floor of the New York Stock Exchange.