Stock futures edge lower on Thursday as investors digest a mix of earnings reports from the likes of Netflix and Kinder Morgan.
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Shares of the railroad climbed more than 15% in pre-market trading following reports that the former CEO of Canadian Pacific was teaming with activists to shake up the company.
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.
Donald Trump's presidency could result in a more than $500 billion windfall for Fortune 500 companies should he get his way on tax reform.
In a report Tuesday, two consumer groups said the same financial companies portraying themselves as trusted advisers to customers are arguing in court papers that they're nothing more than salespeople.
What President-elect Donald Trump's plans are for Cuba remain uncertain, leading U.S. companies doing business in the country left to wonder how they will be affected.
Jim Cramer explains why Bank of America is a good stock for investors with a longer-term view.
Some of Wall Street's biggest stocks are teetering on the edge of breakout territory this week. Here are five of them.
Company left much to be desired.
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.
Here are Thursday's top research calls, including upgrades for Panera Bread and Tesla Motors, and downgrades for Target and U.S. Steel.
A Trump administration could make precious metals an investor's best friend, because they could work as a hedge against the risk of an eventual disappointment.
Apple could be the biggest winner if the Trump administration grants U.S. companies a repatriation tax holiday.
AVGO is off to a strong start Thursday morning.
Safran tie-up with French compatriot Zodiac could be a warning shot across the bow of Donald Trump's trade policy as investors brace for potentially damaging barriers and escalating protectionism.
The name could rally, but the charts indicate the door is open for more downside testing.
The "wind/water" forces of feng shui will shift with the Lunar New Year on Jan. 28. For property purchases and where to place yourself, that can only mean one direction.
The data really show how dynamic the American economy is.
Shares of building materials company Fastenal were the top gainer in the S&P 500 on Wednesday. Here is how to trade the stock.
In about 24 hours, Donald Trump will take the oath of office to become president of the United States.
After Janet Yellen, it's Mario Draghi's turn to speak about inflation.
The controversial president-elect's feuds and alleged misdeeds may already have gold prices rising.
The fast-food giant has seen growth in Japan, and it can boast a strong operating margin.
Buying weakness has worked time and again.
The real story is the fact that they moved as much as they did.
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