McDonald's has healthy gains since the election, but the weekly chart shows an overbought condition.
The British bank is being sued by the DoJ after declining to settle, but Staley is confident of an amicable resolution.
Ahold Delhaize's stellar growth in Holland offsets mixed U.S. performance.
Credit Suisse Group shares gained Thursday after the investment bank followed rival Deutsche Bank in finalizing a multi-billion dollar mortgage bond settlement with the U.S. Department of Justice.
Company left much to be desired.
The streaming video powerhouse exceeded Wall Street's expectations for new international and domestic subscribers in 2016's fourth quarter.
Toshiba shares plunged in Tokyo on reports it will need to take a larger write down on its U.S. nuclear business and seek cash from its American partner Western Digital
Samsung shares rose firmly after a South Korean court rejected an arrest warrant request that would seen the company's embattled CEO, Jay. Y. Lee, detained on bribery and corruption charges.
Jim Cramer explains how bullish comments from one semiconductor equipment maker lifts shares throughout the sector.
Vegemite spread is among the brands the company is selling for a pretty penny.
Executives face prosecution over failure to disclose likely financial damage to investors sooner
Litt's letter noted that shareholders would "hold" the company's board accountable if the strategic alternative process is not fully explored. This suggests a proxy contest could be imminent.
Otherwise, this is getting old fast.
Former Citigroup CFO Sallie Krawcheck offers this key career advice for women starting out on Wall Street.
U.S. stock futures slip Thursday ahead of data on the U.S. housing market and a policy meeting from the European Central Bank.
Some of Wall Street's biggest stocks are teetering on the edge of breakout territory this week. Here are five of them.
Safran will offer $10.5 billion for the troubled maker of Boeing and Airbus interiors, securing a deal that few Safran shareholders want, according to analysts.
Carrefour shares traded lower in Paris after slowing growth in its home French market offset forecast-beating full-year sales for Europe's largest retailer.
Royal Mail shares fell sharply in London after the U.K letter and parcel service company said Christmas letter volumes were hit by Brexit uncertainty.
European stocks were mixed in early trading Thursday ahead of a the first interest rate decision of the year for the European Central Bank and dollar rebound.
European stocks are set for modest gains at the open of trading Thursday amid a rebound overnight for the dollar and ahead of a European Central Bank rate decision.
Earnings may take a backseat to Treasury appointee Mnuchin's hearing on Thursday.
The cross-border appeal of Netflix's original content helped subscriber growth once more trounce estimates. And as the company gets larger, it can finance more and more popular fare.
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