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Three bullish technical-analysis scenarios for RetailMeNot, whose stock was hammered after a challenging earnings report in February.
A Greece debacle still exists, Saudi oil minister reportedly said they'll keep production near record levels, Comcast, Time Warner to discuss potential remedies with DOJ this week to save merger.
In highlights from his trading diary of the past week, Kass said he's turned neutral on the market. Media worry Bernanke's new private-sector job will roil markets is overblown.
Catch up on Jim Cramer's thinking over the last week about the vulnerable market and the Google antimonopoly case in Europe.
If you're re-evaluating long positions after a rough Friday, natural gas is looking like an opportunity.
The new deal is being spun as a win for CEO Marissa Mayer, who negotiated some changes on advertising and search partners, but it may not lure many new users.
OPEC production jumped in March, Fed may allow banks to include some muni bonds among high quality liquid assets, investors sell out of U.K. government bond market ahead of elections.
One bullish technical indicator on Dow Chemical? An inverse head-and-shoulders pattern.
How many times do people react negatively to Wells Fargo's quarter, only to have the stock have a classic 'upon-further-review' status before it takes off again?
The weekly chart of Apple shows picture-perfect price action, with well-defined periods of channel consolidation followed by breakouts to new highs, and that pattern repeats several times.
S&P downgraded Greece's credit rating to CCC+, earnings include Goldman Sachs (GS), American Express (AXP) and Schlumberger (SLB), after their IPOs Etsy (ETSY), Virtu Financial (VIRT), Party City (PRTY) debut.
I have liked oil since I thought it bottomed. But at this point you are on your own.
3M is a fine firm, but has not been a consistently stellar grower of earnings per share.
The ECB protester is unlikely to see her wish granted.
China's economic growth at a six-year low, Nokia (NOK) to buy Alcatel-Lucent (ALU) valuing it at $16.6 billion, Intel (INTC) posted first quarter results in-line with its lowered forecast.
It's a day of new data releases and earnings, as Nokia and Alcatel-Lucent have merger talks, Greece uncertainty continues, China's central bank signals commercial banks to lower short-term interest rates.
The financial oil players of yesterday are jumping ship, but GE CEO Jeff Immelt's plan for the future speaks volumes about where financial markets and the oil business are headed.
If Netflix were a private company, its next funding round would be done at $50 billion, and everyone from hedge funds to venture capitalists to mutual funds would want in.
Over the next five years, high-quality dividend-paying equities should offer individual investors an opportunity to have more money at the end of the day than what they put in.
China's March imports and exports fell in March, GM (GM) may spend $1 billion to renovate its Technical Center, UPS (UPS) to invest $1.06 billion in Europe to expand service.
And investors should follow them into battle.
In highlights from his trading diary of the past week, Kass resists calling a market top. He sees stabilizing energy prices and tapering U.S. dollar strength lifting banks.
Catch up on Jim Cramer's thinking over the last week about Alcoa's read on the world economy and playing the "who is next" game.
Given the history of the current technical setup, the odds are with the bulls. Resistance doesn't come into play until near $68, so we have a $6 upside.
GE close to selling real estate holdings, U.K. new worker wages increased most in six months, Shell's $70 billion deal for BG Group faces regulatory scrutiny in China, other countries.

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