Stocks hold lower on Thursday morning in shaky trading one day before the inauguration of President-elect Donald Trump.
Sorry investors, your post-election honeymoon is about to be over: at noon tomorrow, the Trump rally will get real.
Insiders at these companies -- including Kindred Biosciences and Regeneron Pharmaceuticals -- have been scooping up shares of their own stock lately.
The former governor of Texas begins his confirmation hearing for the job he once said he would abolish.
Steve Mnuchin tore a page out of Jeff Sessions' playbook on Thursday in attempting to distance himself from what he says is a false characterization of his background.
These charts explain it all.
Here are the must-know details affecting one of the U.S.' largest railroads.
ECB President Mario Draghi said Thursday that the Bank is prepared to do more, if needed, to bring inflation closer to its inflation target.
There could be a major windfall for Fortune 500 companies.
A Trump administration could make precious metals an investor's best friend.
UAL just had quite the earnings call.
BofA/Merrill Lynch downgraded the stock to 'neutral' based on valuation.
Analysts really liked the streaming giant's stellar fourth quarter results, with many increasing their price targets.
Shares of Tesla were gaining over 3% after an upgrade to over-weight at Morgan Stanley on Thursday.
'Cash on hand,' or more specifically, lack of it, is putting millions of Americans in financial peril.
Jim Cramer says not to expect a breakout quarter from Procter & Gamble because the strong dollar will likely weigh on results. But don't sell just yet.
Alden Global reduced its stake in Pier 1 to 4.3%, noting a combination of factors.
Jim Cramer breaks down the best and worst of retail.
Consumers are increasingly opting for bespoke travel accommodations beyond high rises and resorts. So what looks like the game-changer in the luxury segment?
Nike's sales growth in China is not enough to offset the loss of market share in North America, according to CLSA.
Through the partnership, Alibaba will provide cloud services, a global e-commerce platform and digital media technologies to the IOC.
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