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Days like this will make you think red is the new black.
The companies first and second among S&P stocks Tuesday.
U.S. stocks bottomed out at session lows on Tuesday as oil tumbled and earnings from energy giants BP and Exxon Mobil led the energy sector in a selloff.
It's among the S&P 500's biggest gainers today, and investors should expect more upside ahead.
‘Star Wars: The Force Awakens’ is expected to bring in $2 billion in sales globally, which could bode well for a host of well-known stocks.
Shares of retailers held up relatively well during the volatility last week.
Mattel is ticking basically every bullish short-term box.
Toy retailer Toys 'R' Us won’t be the only toy retailer trying to grab a slice of the consumer’s holiday season spending budget.
Lego broke the news to fans this week that it may not be able to keep up with demand during the holiday season.
Stocks managed to secure their third straight week of gains on Friday to remain on track for their best monthly performance since October, 2011.
General Electric beat earnings estimates, turning in 29 cents a share versus 26 cents expected. Revenue, however, missed.
For Thursday October 15, TheStreet awaits quarterly results from Goldman Sachs (GS), Citigroup (C), Advanced Micro Devices (AMD), Mattel (MAT), Schlumberger (SLB) and Wynn Resorts (WYNN).
And Mattel may not be feeling too playful these days.
The stock is showing improving technicals and with Christmas and Hanukkah coming, we would put Mattel on the shopping list.
Owning Mattel (MAT) has been a losing game thus far in 2015 year with shares of the toymaker down close to 30%.
There's money to be made in companies that are heavily tied into the new movie's release.
A Labor Day weekend mall crawl reveals a lot about the sector.
Jim Cramer answers viewers’ Twitter questions Monday from the floor of the New York Stock Exchange.
Mattel isn't so swell right now with the stock teetering on a support low.