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U.S. stocks opened higher Thursday as initial jobless claims fell 12,000 in mid-June to 267,000.
Fed fury has subsided but the central bank is still data-dependent.
On Thursday, June 18 Wall Street watches Fitbit's (FIT) trading debut on the NYSE as well as earnings results from Rite Aid (RAD), Kroger (KR), and Red Hat (RHT).
After-hours movers led by Oracle, Jabil and BioMarin.
But investors are likely to be wary ahead of the Fed meeting.
For the week of June 15, we outline the Fitbit IPO, notable quarterly earnings reports, as well as key economic data to watch on Wall Street.
Dish Network (DISH) spiked on reports the company is discussing a potential merger with T-Mobile (TMUS).
But if you can stand the volatility, they're out there.
Deals coming fast and furious in the best group in town.
Here are healthcare stocks of all shares and sizes with strong charts.
TheStreet's Jim Cramer shares his thoughts on drug retailers Rite Aid and CVS refusing to accept Apple Pay at their stores.
Stress test results in Europe did not reveal major shortfalls.
With Walgreen's earnings report coming up next week, Jim Cramer says this is a stock that's been beaten up but has long-term potential.