The US added 203,000 jobs in November, and the unemployment rate dropped to 7%. S P Capital IQ's Sam Stovall tells Joe Deaux what this means for investors.
In Europe, shares of Dominos Pizza and Club Mediterranee are lower while shares of LOreal climb on word Nestle may be ready to sell its stake in the beauty products maker.
A popular retailer needs to become cool to investors again, Tesla's rebound and where Cramer is following the activists.
European markets are up in early trading Friday, with oil and mining stocks leading the indices higher. Investors await U.S. jobs numbers.
Markets close lower as an ongoing raft of positive economic data raises expectations that stimulus will be wound back.
TheStreet's Ruben Ramirez speaks to Ford Chief Operating Officer Mark Fields about how the muscle car comes enhanced with eco boost while retaining many historic attributes.
Apple's move to China Mobile is pushing the stock higher. T3's Scott Redler tells investors whether Apple can keep the momentum.
GDP initially looked good, but a deeper dive shows the weak personal consumption figures, which does not bode well for retail.
Gold is tumbling, but State Street's Kevin Quigg tells TheStreet's Joe Deaux that he's hesitant to give up on the yellow metal in 2014.
Apple's deal with China Mobile was expected, so don't expect a huge run-up in the stock. J.C. Penney stock has begun to normalize, and Cramer likes Macy's more.
The economy is trying to move forward with a strong GDP number for the third quarter and Ford reveals its newest Mustang. Ted Reed reviews the latest entry in 50 years of Mustang.
The drugs maker acquires specialty chemicals maker AZ Electronic Materials, while Australian airline Qantas bemoans ownership restrictions.
Big corporates have gotten into the wind energy space and Pattern Energy CEO Mike Garland is hoping to forge a relationship with a potential growth engine on the West Coast.
The menswear retailer reports earnings, along with Kroger and Dollar General, and Cramer's got his engine all revved up for search.
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