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In many cases, chip buyers appear to be ordering cautiously due to macro and trade worries. That's likely to change if those worries lift.
BlackBerry gobbled up Cylance for $1.4 billion in an all-cash deal as it increases its A.I. and cybersecurity capabilities.
NVDA's problem is the same problem which is plaguing the entire market right now -- poor price action.
Nvidia plunged Friday after the chipmaker posted weaker-than-expected third quarter sales, and issued a gloomy holiday quarter outlook, as inventories piled up amid a slowdown in demand from cryptocurrency miners.
Global stocks were mixed in early Friday trading, with investors rattled by weakness in the chip sector that suggests further erosion in consumer tech demand and mixed reports on the state of U.S.-China trade talks, as volatility across all asset classes continues to accelerate.
Jim Cramer says perception is determining how stocks trade right now -- and there's a lot of negativity.
The Dow ends higher Thursday, led by 3M, Caterpillar and Apple.
The perception of the majority right now is quite negative.
Without a richer product mix, Apple is just a bloated, super-sized handset company.
Warren Buffett's big buys of Oracle and JPMorgan have those stocks jumping Thursday.
You must hear Nvidia report a good number and you need to hear that Applied Materials won't slash its 2019 forecast.
The Oracle invests in JPM, cuts back on airlines, and ups his AAPL stake.
My concern isn't for Apple itself, but for the indices that have relied on this stock as a leader.
U.S. stock futures rise on Thursday, while shares in Europe tumble after the U.K. lawmaker tasked with leading Britain's exit negotiations with the European Union resigned; Cisco jumps after profit and sales top Wall Street estimates; Walmart, Nvidia report earnings; Warren Buffett buys $4 billion stake in JPMorgan.
Global stocks traded higher Thursday, following a five consecutive session of losses on Wall Street led by declines for tech and financial shares, as investors reacted to reports of further progress in U.S. China trade talks and the first step towards clarity in Britain's long exit process from the European Union.
Tech giants such as Apple, Alphabet and Amazon scored big in Trump's corporate tax cuts. But for investors, the devil may be in the details.
Investors still fear missing out on a significant year-end rally, despite earnings that appear to be at peak levels and an economy that appears to have reached peak growth.
Apple® today announced its latest retail location, Apple Champs-Élysées, paying tribute to Paris's rich history and creativity.
Stocks ended lower Wednesday following softer consumer inflation data. The Dow's decline was led by Apple and Goldman Sachs.
Netflix has transitioned from bull to bear and further weakness lies ahead.
Apple has been falling this week on a warning from one of its key suppliers and a price target cut by Goldman Sachs.
Jim discusses Apple and whether it's time to buy, how to play Nvidia in the quarter, and more!
Strength is viewed as an opportunity for escape rather than an indication of a possible bottom.
Keep a close eye on the big-picture arguments that exist for and against the market.
Jim Cramer's got a different perspective on the recent performance of the companies we love to hate: Facebook, Amazon, Apple, Netflix, Google.
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