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Should Unrest in Kazakhstan Concern Energy Investors?

Sandwiched between two great powers in Russia and China, Kazakhstan is the world's 12th largest oil producing nation.

Geopolitical Tensions Could Prove Positive for Defense Stocks

The Pacific is not unique in terms of governments shoring up defense capabilities, including major purchases from U.S.-based companies.

Day of Infamy, Market Bounce, China Trade Balance, Finland, Intel's Eye-Popper

Positive news on Omicron is more powerful at the moment, at least for the markets, than the overhanging probability of tighter monetary policy.

McCarthy Stalls, Europe's COVID Surge, Mad Love for Ford, Apple's Car Play

Plus, the headline numbers don't come close to telling the story of Thursday's action in the equity markets, which had a case of bad breadth.

DoorDash Delivers a Surprise That Its Charts Didn't Detect

The shares of the food delivery service are climbing after word of a deal to acquire rival Wolt Enterprises, which will expand its presence in Europe.

Surging Steel Stocks Might Be Set for a Cool-Down

The red-hot sector is now running into a number of headwinds that could hamper further growth.

We're Finally Seeing Jumia Technologies Breaking Above Downtrend Resistance

Shares seem bound to finally see the breakout in terms of price.

Climate Change Works When It's Convenient

And now, coal is back.

Jim Cramer: Travel to Italy? Never Felt Safer

The public health officials in Italy are uniformly trying to wipe out COVID and private industry seems to eagerly embrace the judgment.

Taiwan Risk, Defense Stocks, Amazon's Fear Factor, What's Up With Lands' End?

How peculiar that the last day of a calendar can still drive frenzied activity given that most folks can follow their money on a daily or even real-time basis these days.