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The road ahead looks very difficult for these two tech stars. Are their days as growth stocks over?
Parsing comments on the Apple conference call TheStreet's Jim Cramer expects investors will see more deals in the services space.
Jim Cramer warns there's a bearish sentiment on shares of Facebook and if the stock goes lower, it's time to buy it.
Tesla is a cult stock and he won't opine on it, says Jim Cramer.
Jim Cramer says he's a faithful believer that the service and the customer satisfaction at 95 percent is what makes Apple great.
Jim Cramer says lot of people think Apple is just a device company but the problem with that is that investors are ignoring the service stream.
Rahul Shah of Ideal Asset Management discusses what Wall Street analysts are missing about Facebook, FedEx and Walmart.
Shares of Facebook are up over 13 percent this year and Ideal Asset Management expects them to continue to climb higher.
Shares of Baidu lost nearly 8% on Monday after the Chinese regulators said that they would investigate the company for its possible role in a student's death.
There's a central bank shocker today. Australia has slashed its interest rate to a record low.
CVS Health, Pfizer, HSBC, Sprint and CBS are also scheduled to release quarterly earnings on Tuesday.
The chief economic adviser of Allianz also commented on Great Britain's potential exit from the European Union.
U.S. stocks shook off the dour end to April to spring higher on the first trading day of the new month.
Jason Grumet of the Bipartisan Policy Center says 2016 has shaped up to be the 'year of the outsider'.
In the past few trading weeks, Amazon and Alphabet have been moving in opposite directions but both trades over $600 per share. Which will reach $1,000 first?
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