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Sell AT&T on strength to its annual risky level at $38.53 or on a sell stop, given a price gap below its semiannual and monthly pivots at $36.58 and $36.38. This zone was tested Wednesday morning.
The new service, called XFinity Flex, delivers a number of convenient features for broadband streaming customers.
Jim Cramer says don't try to game the Fed. Instead, take the long-term view and watch for developments on trade and global markets.
Walmart is one of the biggest companies in the world, fulfilling the grand vision of founder Sam Walton 57 years ago.
The chip manufacturing giant has reportedly seen lead times stretch for its most advanced manufacturing processes, which are used by Apple, AMD and others.
Workers at Amazon, Facebook, Google's parent and Microsoft pledge to walk out Friday, joining climate-change protests worldwide.
NBCUniversal discloses its new streaming service, to debut in April 2020, will be called 'Peacock.'
Corning cuts its outlook for its display technologies segment and optical communication segments.
Apple has the money to buy a Hollywood studio, like Sony or Lionsgate, to build out its TV+ ambitions. But its content strategy is different from competitors such as Netflix or Disney.
The U.S. economy may see a real lift-off in consumer prices due to higher energy prices, even if certain sectors stand to benefit greatly -- as might the trade deficit.
Apple® today announced it is awarding $250 million from its Advanced Manufacturing Fund to Corning Incorporated, supplier of precision glass for iPhone®, Apple Watch® and iPad®.
While recent concerns about the impact of Apple's TV+ service look overblown, Roku's big 2019 run-up has left it sporting rich multiples.
Apple launched its case against a controversial EU tax ruling Tuesday, arguing the decision "defies common sense" as it seeks to avoid paying around $14 billion in fines and penalties.
Delivery times for many iPhone 11 Pro and Pro Max models have been pushed out to early-to-mid October.
There is news circulating around some non-energy related stocks in the portfolio, namely Burlington, Disney and DuPont.
Jim discusses Monday's moves in the energy market, our decision to trim BP and Schlumberger into today's strength, some of our non-energy stocks that stand to benefit and more!
Starting out as a DVD rental business in the late 90s, Netflix has come a long way to establish itself as the world's leading streaming entertainment service.
- Q2 2019 share repurchases were $164.5 billion - 20.1% lower than Q1 2019, 13.7% lower than Q2 2018, and 26.2% lower than the record Q4 2018.
Sales in China also appear encouraging.
Disney and Apple are competitors now, but they're also long-time partners.
The drone attacks on Saudi oil operations even could influence the Fed's thinking on inflation and rates.
U.S. stock futures tumble as oil prices surge the most in more than two decades following an attack on two key Saudi Arabian oil facilities; Donald Trump says he will authorize the release of oil from the Strategic Petroleum Reserve if needed to keep the market supplied; General Motors slumps after the Auto Workers union goes on strike.
Move comes as Apple accelerates its video streaming service in competition with Disney
Reporters and Research Analysts break down the biggest stories that impacted the markets during the week.
Easing trade tensions and steepening yield curve add to bulls' optimism.
Stocks finished mixed Friday as investors assess signs of a breakthrough in U.S.-China trade talks.
Apple shares slipped lower Friday after analysts at Goldman Sachs slashed their price target on the tech giant amid concerns that the free trial offered for is Apple TV+ offering will eat into its bottom line.
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