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Right now, this market is saying it wants to go higher, and it's yelling that over a cacophony of negativity the likes of which we haven't seen in ages.
Hacking is back, Jim Cramer says, and so are cyber defense stocks like 'best of breed' Palo Alto Networks.
Also: The number of companies defaulting on their debt is reportedly the highest since the financial crisis. Carl Icahn revealed a 7.13% stake in Xerox, saying the shares were undervalued.
Also: Petco reportedly close to $4.5 billion deal, being sold to CVC Capital Partners and a Canadian pension fund. It would be one of the largest LBO deals this year.
Doug Kass shares his views on why CAT remains a dog, banks are still a good bet and Radian's outlook is bright.
Doug Kass shares his views on why he's investing in Bed Bath & Beyond and Macy's, but just trading Wal-Mart.
Jim Cramer shares his views on buying FANG and an unexpected turn. Facebook, Amazon.com, Netflix and Alphabet are among the stocks discussed here.
Jim Cramer shares his views on Nordstrom's quarter and apparel woes. Nordstrom, Delta, Spirit and J.C. Penney are among the stocks discussed here.
SunEdison has suffered so much damage that at this point its only hope would be an equity capital raise, according to Michael Morosi of Avondale Partners.
Amidst the retail sector carnage of the past two weeks one thing has become abundantly clear: online shopping will be bigger this holiday season than ever before.
Catch up on Jim Cramer's ideas from this past week, when he wrote about where consumers are spending now, and less obvious ways to profit from robust home improvement sales.
In highlights from this week's trading diary and posts, Kass discusses his current market strategy, and why the Miami housing market has him seeing bubbles.
About 45% of new corporate debt in China to pay old debt. Also: ECB's president said the central bank is ready to employ all tools to fight low inflation.
The sector saw solid performance this week as the biotech juggernaut mounted a long-overdue rally.
Things look dangerous for daily fantasy sports companies like DraftKings, FanDuel and Yahoo!, as they face investigation from attorneys general and shutdowns within several states.
The talks value Allergan at $150 billion, potentially the drug industry's largest ever deal. Also: Activist investor Starboard Value urged Yahoo! to end plans to sell stake in Alibaba.
The Texas-based company specializes in technologies used in the energy industry.
Also: Monsanto discussing if it should buy rivals including Syngenta. Barclays reportedly to pay another fine of about $100 million to resolve allegations that it abused foreign exchange markets.
The world's largest retailer dropped sales guidance for 2015 and said earnings would fall in 2016 by up to 10%. Brian Sozzi was not surprised.
Mallinckrodt, the pharmaceutical company, abruptly raised the price of Synacthen Depot, a drug used to treat seizures in infants, by 2,000%. Short seller Andrew Left objects.
New car sales slowed for Volkswagen, and Greece reached a tentative deal with creditors over measures to be implemented to receive the next tranche of money from its third bailout.
Doug Kass, of Real Money Pro and Seabreeze Partners, comments on what is in store for markets now.
The euro has been depreciating, and after the atrocities in Paris it may fall further. The question is, how low can the European currency go from here?
The oil ISIS' controls is barely a drop in the global bucket, and the battle against the terrorist group won't bear much on the real issues moving crude prices.
Safe haven assets such as gold have risen while share prices opened lower in Europe, led by travel and tourism stocks, following the terrorist attacks in Paris on Friday.