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Apple shares jumped higher Thursday after JPMorgan Chase initiated coverage on the world's biggest tech company with an overweight rating and a price target of $272 a share.
The broader market is doing OK, but the retailer of household goods disappoints again and, like GE, sees its stock in a vortex.
U.S. stock futures move slightly higher as investors sift through the language that accompanied the third rate hike of the year from the Federal Reserve; Google confirms it's developing a search engine in China; Ford says Donald Trump's tariffs have eaten into its profit.
The news out of the Fed triggered computer programs to sell equities, but there is no follow through so far today.
U.S. stock futures turned higher Thursday, even as Global stocks weakened as investors sifted through the language of yesterday's interest rate hike from the U.S. Federal Reserve and traders watched different reactions in asset markets all over the world.
TheStreet's tech editor put the new Apple Watch Series 4 through its paces, and here's what he found out.
Here's what you need to know now for Wednesday, Sept. 26.
At a Senate hearing focused on privacy, execs from Amazon, Apple, Alphabet and others were questioned on what a U.S. privacy law might look like. But the conversation veered off into other areas, including dealings with the Chinese government.
Ford CEO said the metals tariffs cost the automaker $1 billion in profit.
Traders are likely remembering what Facebook stock did when Mark Zuckerberg testified before Congress.
Though unlikely to end Qualcomm's bitter legal battle with Apple in the near-term, Qualcomm's latest allegations could have major consequences if proven in court.
At Dreamforce, Salesforce's Co-CEOs took the stage to show off new technology and explain the company's big vision, with Benioff lamenting a lack of 'trust' affecting the tech industry.
Jim Cramer reports from Dreamforce 18 and Silicon Valley: Innovation and disruption matters - technology, cannabis, oil, and interest rates.
Here's what you need to know now for Tuesday, Sept. 25.
Facebook's place in the political conversation could make the second half of 2018 a bumpy ride for investors.
You have to come to Silicon Valley if you are going to cover stocks.
The allegations are part of an ongoing series of lawsuits Qualcomm is embroiled in globally against Apple.
See how Walmart is responding to Trump's latest round of tariffs, which will impact the dominant retailer.
We continue to hold our inverse ETFs as we monitor our economically sensitive positions.
Tuesday is start of the massive Salesforce.com tech conference in San Francisco known as 'Dreamforce.'
There's a lot of confusion and leadership changes going on right now in tech and we need answers.
With OLED displays present in two-thirds of the newest iPhones, it could signal a big move higher for this name.
Participants will be focusing on the level of hawkishness displayed in the latest Federal Open Market Committee policy statement.
2 options plays in Salesforce as the Dreamforce conference kicks off for this 'Cloud King.'
Jim Cramer takes a closer look at Total SA, Bluebird Bio, U.S. Silica Holdings, Nucor, International Paper, Nokia, Alibaba.
Jim Cramer says traders hate hearing about long-term investing because they want instant payoffs.
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