Thousand Of Hongkongers Snapped Up New Flats During The Calm Before Mangkhut's Landfall

Thousand Of Hongkongers Snapped Up New Flats During The Calm Before Mangkhut's Landfall

Enthusiasm high in hot property market despite large storm and recent downbeat investment sentiment

Dear Financial Advisor: Why Is My Portfolio Doing So Badly?

Dear Financial Advisor: Why Is My Portfolio Doing So Badly?

It's time to start asking your financial advisor some serious questions on performance.

Buy Back All Shares In Hong Kong's MTR Corporation To Improve Management After Scandals, Government Told

Buy Back All Shares In Hong Kong's MTR Corporation To Improve Management After Scandals, Government Told

Pro-Beijing politician Jasper Tsang says full public ownership is the route to better governance as railway operator faces fallout from construction fiascos

Kiss Front-Man Gene Simmons On Trump, Stocks and Cannabis

Kiss Front-Man Gene Simmons On Trump, Stocks and Cannabis

TheStreet sits down with Kiss front-man Gene Simmons to chat about a range of topics.

Rewind: Jim Cramer on Goldman Sachs, Sears, Adobe and Coupa

Rewind: Jim Cramer on Goldman Sachs, Sears, Adobe and Coupa

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.

Qutoutiao Shares Surge 150% in Nasdaq Debut

Qutoutiao Shares Surge 150% in Nasdaq Debut

China based content aggregator Qutoutiao shares surged 150% on Friday in its debut as a public company on Nasdaq.

ByteDance To Enter China's Long-form Streaming Video Market, Challenging IQiyi, Tencent Video

ByteDance To Enter China's Long-form Streaming Video Market, Challenging IQiyi, Tencent Video

The Beijing-based start-up is developing new film and television drama segments for its Xigua Video app

L Brands Soars 5.6% on Plans to Close Money-Losing Henri Bendel Chain

L Brands Soars 5.6% on Plans to Close Money-Losing Henri Bendel Chain

Upscale fashion retailer is expected to lose some $45 million this year.

Stocks End Flat on Report Trump Wants to Levy $200B More Tariffs on China

Stocks End Flat on Report Trump Wants to Levy $200B More Tariffs on China

The S&P 500 closes higher on Friday for its fifth consecutive day of gains.

We Aim to Be 'Whole Foods of Cannabis,' Green Organic Dutchman CEO Tells Cramer

We Aim to Be 'Whole Foods of Cannabis,' Green Organic Dutchman CEO Tells Cramer

Jim Cramer interviews the CEO of Green Organic Dutchman, a cannabis company.

Jim Cramer: Sears Is a Moribund Institution

Jim Cramer: Sears Is a Moribund Institution

Sears is a moribund institution, according to TheStreet's founder and Action Alerts PLUS Portfolio Manager Jim Cramer.

China And California Rise Above US Trade War For Action On Climate Change

China And California Rise Above US Trade War For Action On Climate Change

'Patience, imagination and perseverance' will overcome temporary obstacles of Trump's trade policies, says state governor

Nvidia's Data Center Business Could Be Even More Explosive Than We'd Thought

Nvidia's Data Center Business Could Be Even More Explosive Than We'd Thought

Needham analysts raised their price target on optimism about Nvidia's ability to gain market share in a key market, sending shares higher.

Jim Cramer Reacts to Adobe's Latest Earnings

Jim Cramer Reacts to Adobe's Latest Earnings

Adobe reported record quarterly revenue for its most recent quarter.

The Trade War Cost to Consumers, Companies and Nations

The Trade War Cost to Consumers, Companies and Nations

A U.S.-China trade war could trim company profit margins in both nations. (Sponsored)

Sears Delayed Second Quarter Earnings Reaffirms Its Zombie Retailer Status

Sears Delayed Second Quarter Earnings Reaffirms Its Zombie Retailer Status

The market needs to think twice about viewing Sears' second quarter as a step in the right direction.

Jim Cramer on How the 3% 10-Year Yield Is Helping Bank Stocks

Jim Cramer on How the 3% 10-Year Yield Is Helping Bank Stocks

The 10-year Treasury yield hit 3% on Friday for the first time in months, which sent shares of bank stocks higher.

U.S. Retail Sales Slow in August on Declines in Autos, Clothes

U.S. Retail Sales Slow in August on Declines in Autos, Clothes

U.S. retail sales increase by just 0.1% in August, less than economists had projected and slower than the 0.7% clip reported for July.

Ten-Year Treasury Bonds Just Hit a Key Threshold

Ten-Year Treasury Bonds Just Hit a Key Threshold

The 10-year Treasury yield is rising. Here's why.

Why LeBron James Is Right to Tweet Bullish Comments on Nike's Stock

Why LeBron James Is Right to Tweet Bullish Comments on Nike's Stock

Nike's stock is on fire. Sears reportsanother terrible quarter. Markets look to end a volatile week on a high note.

Should the Government Dismantle Amazon?

Should the Government Dismantle Amazon?

Time for Amazon to gain greater scrutiny from the government? Nike's stock is hot. Sears is in terrible shape.

US Bond Yields Rise as Treasury Adds Billions to Weekly Auctions to Fund Deficit

US Bond Yields Rise as Treasury Adds Billions to Weekly Auctions to Fund Deficit

U.S. Treasury yields continued to climb in early Friday trading, taking benchmark 10-year notes to a six week high and closer to the 3% threshold, as the cost of funding last year's Republican-led tax cuts continues to impact the world's biggest bond market.

Hurricane Florence Makes Landfall; Carolinas Brace for Rain, Power Outages

Hurricane Florence Makes Landfall; Carolinas Brace for Rain, Power Outages

Hurricane Florence made landfall on the Carolina coast Friday, the National Hurricane Center said, bringing 90 mile per hour winds and the potential for life-threatening storm surges.

Why Investors Should Downplay Historical Market Catchphrases

Why Investors Should Downplay Historical Market Catchphrases

Don't get fazed by historical market catchphrases like "sell in May and go away" or data showing September is typically the worst month of the year for the stock market.

The Market Uptrend Is Back on Track

The Market Uptrend Is Back on Track

The price action is positive and that is all that really matters.

Hurricane Florence, Amazon, Adobe and Sears - 5 Things You Must Know

Hurricane Florence, Amazon, Adobe and Sears - 5 Things You Must Know

U.S. stock futures rise on Friday as news of potential trade talks between the U.S. and China lift equities; Hurricane Florence is about to make landfall on the Carolina coast; Amazon's Jeff Bezos pushes back on concerns the online retailing giant is too big.

Jim Cramer: The Tailwind From Sears Is Losing Power

Jim Cramer: The Tailwind From Sears Is Losing Power

The sales 'donations' from this name to other retailers are almost over.

Gene Simmons: Here's What I Learned From the Lehman Brothers Bankruptcy

Gene Simmons: Here's What I Learned From the Lehman Brothers Bankruptcy

The Lehman Brothers bankruptcy on September 15, 2008 impacted an array of folks from the wealthy tothe average Joe. TheStreet asks Kiss front-man Gene Simmons how he was impacted and the lessons he learned from the meltdown.

US Futures Rise, Global Stocks Gain on US.-China Trade Hope

US Futures Rise, Global Stocks Gain on US.-China Trade Hope

Global stocks look set to close out the week on a high note, with news of potential trade talks between the U.S. and China, as well as a lull in emerging market volatility, reviving sentiment for risky assets and setting up U.S stocks for another day of multi-month highs.

Here Is the One Factor That Could Prevent the S&P 500 From Rising

Here Is the One Factor That Could Prevent the S&P 500 From Rising

U.S. stocks have sharply outperformed international stocks so far this year.