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More earnings and some key numbers on auto sales: that's what to watch on Wall Street for March 3.
When the Nasdaq last hit 5,000 back in 2000, stocks crashed soon after, but one strategist says history won't repeat itself this time around.
The Nasdaq hit 5,000 for the first time in 15 years.
Netflix's (NFLX) stock has seen a 185% increase since 'House of Cards' debuted on the video streaming service back in February 2013.
A political drama about a Congressman rising to become President of the United States: talk about a quick rise to the top.
Shares of salesforce.com (CRM) ended Thursday's trading day up almost 12%, making it TheStreet's move of the day.
If you open up the March issue of Vogue, expect to see a 12-page spread for the new Apple Watch.
The major indexes may be flirting with record highs, but one strategist says the rally still has some juice left.
The markets are flirting with record highs with the S&P 500 above 2,100 and the Dow Industrials past 18,000, so what should investors expect for the rest of the year?
As consumer prices move away from the Federal Reserve's 2% inflation target, one economist says a rate hike won't be coming this year.