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U.S. stock futures fall as last week's sharp selloff continues amid concerns over the strength of the world economy and the first inversion of the U.S. Treasury yield curve in more than a decade; the report from Special Counsel Robert Mueller finds the Trump campaign didn't conspire with Russia to swing the 2016 election; Apple is expected Monday to unveil a new subscription video service.
The tech giants have tried over the years to add more and more subscription components, but none of them come close to the pristine simplicity of the Netflix business model that Wall Street adores.
Apple's March 25 services announcement will be closely watched by investors and Apple fans alike. Could the news lead to a breakthrough moment for Apple's stock?
Jim Cramer says there's so much money being run by computers, stocks are virtually destined to come down in this situation. Here's the game plan.
Technology in China is advancing very rapidly, although not always in the same way as it is in the U.S. and elsewhere. The implications for investors -- and everyone else -- are profound.
Apple is set to announce March 25 a new services offering, which is widely expected to include a video subscription service and a news subscription.
Does Berkshire Hathaway still offer value for investors?
The company has reportedly been seeking large revenue cuts for some of the new services it's expected to unveil on Monday, and also reportedly has aggressive bundling plans.
Stocks finish week sharply lower on worries over global economic growth slowing after earlier surging on Fed's more accommodating stance.
Given how the market finished Friday, some of the week's earlier gains in the portfolio retreated and our inverse ETF positions rebounded.
Yes, the yield curve inverted, but it is NOT the same as in years past.
Some time later on Friday it is expected that Italy will break ranks with the G-7, the EU, NATO, and sign a Belt and Road Initiative Memorandum of Understanding with China.
U.S. futures fell sharply Friday after a private sector reading of economic activity in Europe slumped to its weakest level in seven years, underscoring market concerns over slowing global growth, political uncertainty in Europe and flagging U.S.-China trade talks.
The market may be due for some consolidation at this point, but don't read too much into it.
U.S. futures are sharply lower Friday after a private sector reading of economic activity in Europe slumps to its weakest level in seven years; Nike declines after the athletic apparel giant posts weaker-than-expected fiscal third-quarter sales in North America; Indonesia's national airline seeks to cancel an order for 49 Boeing MAX jets.
Jim Cramer's not looking forward to Apple's event. Here's why.
Global stocks edged higher Friday, with investors riding yesterday's tech-led gains on Wall Street and shrugging off, for the moment at least, concerns linked to slower economic growth, political uncertainty in Europe and flagging U.S.-China trade talks.
Jim Cramer has a playbook for finding the stocks that can make money without the economy filling the sails.
Jim Cramer takes a closer look at Berkshire Hathaway, Callaway Golf, Whitestone, Microsoft, Centene and more.
Stocks are higher Thursday with the Dow up on strength in Apple.
The best stocks to buy in this environment are the ones that have the greatest growth.
Through good times and bad, 'own it, don't trade it' has been our mantra.
Eclectic leadership is not the kind of leadership I can bank on.
AAPL has busted though its 200-day moving average.
Apple shares rises after three analysts' upgrades for the world's biggest tech company ahead of its much-anticipated launch event next week in Cupertino.
Jim discusses Amazon, Micron and Lam Research, Apple, bank stocks, and much more!
Goldman Sachs also raises Qorvo's price target to $79 from $64.
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