U.S. stock futures point to a lower open for Wall Street on Monday; global oil prices are spiking after Saudi Arabia says it will trim exports by around half a million barrels a day next month; Alibaba sets sales record of $30.8 billion on Singles' Day; Athenahealth will be bought for $5.7 billion.
Here's why the Chaikin power gauge has turned bearish on Apple.
U.S.-focused tobacco stocks tumbled Monday following a Wall Street Journal report that suggested the Food & Drug Administration is prepared to ban the sale of menthol cigarettes alongside a crackdown on teenage vaping.
Global oil prices spiked higher Monday after Saudi Arabia said it would trim exports by around half a million barrels a day next month in order to address the market's steep October declines while a meeting of OPEC's monitoring committee hinted a extending production cuts into next year.
The euro fell to the lowest level in more than sixteen months Monday as investors continue to bet against the region's growth prospects amid a budget standoff between Italy's populist government and European Union officials and the increasing threat of a so-called Hard Brexit from the bloc by the United Kingdom next year.
During a talk with TheStreet, AMD CEO Lisa Su talked about the importance of their AWS partnership, and the types of workloads that Epyc CPUs are often being used for.
Financial advisers say people saving for or living in retirement should worry less about politics and focus on the economy, the markets and their investment plan.
Here's what Marc Chaikin and Jim Cramer have to say about the semiconductors.
Global stocks drifted lower Monday, with shares in Asia weakening on China growth concerns while markets in Europe slipped on Italy talks and U.S. equity futures pointed to a softer open on Wall Street, as investors continue to reset interest rate expectations from the Federal Reserve.