Stocks hold modestly higher on Friday, rebounding from losses earlier this week as President-elect Donald Trump and President Barack Obama arrive at the Capitol.
Oil prices are gaining today as investors are hopeful a deal to cut production will be maintained.
Rite Aid shares fell 18% Friday.
Risks are rising, however.
However, it is a risky trade as management could fail to turn it around.
Shares of this Russian-based search engine jumped last year, and as the company achieves greater market penetration and executes on its initiatives, the gains should continue.
Go figure. At least the outlook was upbeat.
Jim Cramer says the strong dollar will likely have a negative impact on McDonald's when it reports quarterly results on Monday, but there is more it can do.
Jim Cramer says after Trump is done speaking over the next few days, people are going to wish they owned more stocks in the oil patch.
It makes sense that the presidential inauguration of the candidate who campaigned on Twitter would be live streamed on Twitter.
The American clothier dresses Mrs. Trump in a coordinating powder blue ensemble.
Some big names have stalled.
New bowel drug Trulance will be available for patients later this quarter.
It will likely be a volatile ride.
It has never been cheaper to get free electricity from the sun.
Big Blue beat on its top and bottom line for the fourth quarter, but Wall Street was unenthusiastic about what drove upside to earnings.
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