Here's what you need to know now for Friday, July 13.
TheStreet's founder and Action Alerts PLUS Portfolio Manager Jim Cramer weighs in on Friday's trending stocks from the floor of the New York Stock Exchange.
President Donald Trump says his meeting with Russian President Vladimir Putin may be the "easiest" part of a week-long European trip.
Stocks closed modestly higher Friday with the Dow ending just above 25,000 and the S&P 500 just above 2,800.
Citigroup's profit beat estimates, but investors focused on credit-card revenue that fell short of expectations.
When it comes to China retaliation against the U.S. for tariffs, China could stop Macau gambling, according to TheStreet's founder and Action Alerts PLUS Portfolio Manager Jim Cramer.
Talk that tariffs on imports from China may hurt consumers isn't translating into the stock prices of retailers, such as Costco, Home Depot and Best Buy, according to TheStreet's founder and Action Alerts PLUS Portfolio Manager Jim Cramer.
Investors are starting to take on riskier positions just before a 2019 growth slowdown. Mental note.
Wells Fargo, which has faced allegations since 2016 that customers were treated inappropriately due to overly aggressive sales practices, has had to temper loan and deposit growth to comply with sanctions imposed earlier this year by the Federal Reserve. The bank, the largest U.S. home lender, also has suffered from falling demand for new mortgages as interest-rates rose.
Johnson & Johnson was ordered to pay $4.69 billion to 22 women who alleged the company's talc-based products caused them to develop ovarian cancer.
JPMorgan smashed Wall Street profit forecasts on Friday. Here's why that's a positive for the broader market.
U.S. banks are set to return billions to shareholders, and lead markets higher in to the second half of the year, as the economy continues to improve and the Fed maintains is interest rate hike targets.
Global stocks added to gains Friday as investors prep for the start of the U.S. corporate earnings season, but remain cautious after data showing a record China-U.S. trade surplus.
U.S. stock futures rise as earnings season gets started with reports from big U.S. banks; the Justice Department appeals the approval of the AT&T-Time Warner merger; J&J is ordered to pay $4.7 billion in a talcum powder case.
All eyes are on the 2018 midterm elections in November.
JPMorgan Chase, the biggest U.S. bank, benefits from President Donald Trump's tax cuts, which slashed the bank's effective corporate rate to 21% from 28%.
Happy Friday the 13th! These are the stories moving the market ahead of today's opening bell.
President Donald Trump said Prime Minister Theresa May's Brexit stance has "probably killed" any potential U.S. trade deal and appeared to endorse her main political rival in an extraordinary interview with Britain's biggest newspaper.
Here's what you need to know now for Thursday, July 12.
Investment capital is flowing into gold stocks and Frank Holmes, CEO of U.S. Investors, said that this may be due to peak gold.
The second half of 2018 is off to a bullish start for stocks, buoyed by a goldilocks June jobs report. But don't get too complacent.
Worries about a trade war with China came back into focus on Thursday.
TheStreet's founder and Action Alerts PLUS Portfolio Manager Jim Cramer weighs in on Thursday's trending stocks from the floor of the New York Stock Exchange
The Justice Department will appeal the AT&T-Time Warner merger.
Three key takeaways from Jerome Powell's interview with Marketplace.
There's a race on to develop the bank of the future, and Stifel Financial's Keefe, Bruyette & Woods unit is adding investment bankers to cash in on an expected flurry of mergers and stock offerings by financial-technology companies.