BB&T, M&T Bank, PNC Financial, SunTrust and U.S. Bancorp have positive but overbought weekly charts.
Amazon.com is using new technology in its psychical grocery stores that will charge customers for products as they walk out of the store, thus eliminating the need for lines.
Donald Trump's deal with Carrier was a hit with voters, despite the red flags it raises.
Investors would also like to see the life science and tools company be more aggressive with its free cash flow.
Luxury home builder Toll Brothers reported earnings that looked strong among a field of rivals that have not performed well, Cramer says.
These two stocks have the opportunity to make major moves higher in the months to come.
Despite reports of a slumping smartwatch market, Apple CEO Tim Cook says the Apple Watch is being scooped up by consumers at a record clip this holiday season.
The president-elect took to Twitter to criticize the cost of replacing Air Force One. The dispute is one of many Trump seems likely to have with the aerospace giant
The Quarterly Banking Profile for the third quarter from the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation includes data investors should not ignore.
If you need extra cash for the holidays, you might be able to tap into your 401(k) for help. But think twice about doing it.
Deutsche Bank rises more than 7% in Frankfurt as European banks book solid gains
Knudstorp will be succeeded by COO Bali Padda effective January 1.
Jim Cramer discusses what Donald Trump's tweet about Air Force One really means.
Wait for a bounce and then a retest before stepping up to buy.
Stock picking is becoming more challenging as the groups with the strongest recent momentum start to fade; I'm eyeing silver and semis.
Author Michael Lewis sees lessons from the baseball team's World Series win this year.
Stocks fluctuate on Tuesday as oil prices move lower following days of gains.
Automakers used to spending billions on R&D want to develop their own self-driving systems. Tech giants will have to work hard to convince them to change their minds.
The battle between Nike, Adidas, and Under Armour is "an arms race," TheStreet's Jim Cramer said.
Germany's top court rules E.ON, RWE and Vattenfall can claim compensation for Germany's decision to scrap its nuclear power plants.
Just because the U.S. presidential election, Italy referendum and OPEC deal are behind us, doesn't mean there aren't things to fret over as 2016 comes to an end.
CBS is working to build up its subscription service, even as the company's network TV programming sees top ratings.
U.S. stocks inched higher on Tuesday, buoyed by a rally in Apple shares.
How well the coffee giant and its incoming CEO impress attendees of its big analyst and investor day likely will impact its stock near term.
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