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U.S. stock futures rise on Wednesday though investors remain cautious amid the deepening trade dispute between the U.S. and China; General Electric gets booted from the Dow Jones Industrial Average; Starbucks to close 150 U.S. stores; Oracle issues soft guidance.
William Blair analysts offer five reasons why GE stock could explode higher even after it got kicked to the curb.
Jim Cramer and Carolyn Boroden look at the weekly charts of CVS, Walgreens and Citigroup.
Starbucks is without question the story of the day. Keep an eye on the coffee chain's stock following a bad news release. Another hot topic is GE getting the boot from the Dow Jones Industrial Average.
Jim Cramer says the U.S. has the upper hand when it comes to the tariffs because we import far more from China than they import from us.
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General Electric will leave the Dow Jones Industrial Average next week after more than a century of trading, capping a miserable year for the former titan of American business.
Industrial stocks do well during worldwide growth, but a trade war with China could spell trouble, Cramer says.
Though the software giant beat estimates, its revenue and sales guidance was below consensus. And it decided to stop breaking out its cloud revenue streams by themselves.
RBC analysts predict the monetization of Messenger will become 'highly material' to Facebook's profit and loss over time.
Despite market sell offs, it's a good time to be shareholder in JPMorgan Chase & Co., Bank of America Corp. or Citigroup Inc.
Coffee giant Starbucks came out with a shocking report card on its self after the closing bell on Tuesday. Here is some instant analysis from TheStreet.
Walgreens Boots Alliance Inc. will replace GE on the Dow Jones Industrial Average.
A trade war with China is a real possibility due to Trump's rising tariff battle with China. These stocks could be hit the hardest in such a war.
Investors will soon turn their attention to Corporate America's outlook for 2019. Here are several stocks that are worth a look.
21st Century Fox said Disney's improved $38 a share offer for its media assets is "superior" to Comcast's and has postponed a shareholder meeting to discuss Brian Roberts' $65 billion approach.
Tech stocks continue to hand tough despite fears swirling around about trade wars. Here are two strong performers in particular.
Here's a hot take: Just let Amazon buy Sears. Or Apple buy Tesla. Or even Microsoft and Netflix.
The cloud software giant reached a record high of $140 per share on Monday. Here's what's driving the stock's steady climb of late.