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Century Communities is a homebuilder in the hot markets of Colorado, Nevada and Texas.
Traders are more closely following the World Cup than they are events in Iraq.
FedEx delivers an earnings beat along with a bullish outlook.
IBISWorld Research published a report that determined the medical marijuana industry revenue could reach $8.
The May CPI report confirmed that prices for food and gas have been rising.
Tesla dealers get a green light with strings attached in New York and New Jersey.
TheStreet's Debra Borchardt asks Jim Cramer for his take on Level 3 buying Time Warner Telecom.
At Midday, old school tech and energy are seeing money flows in this defensive market.
Jim Cramer talks about the energy sector in response to rising Iraq tensions.
As the price of oil rises and violence in Iraq escalates, one strategist says the effects of these higher prices will first be felt in the transport stocks.