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Netflix boots-up start FAANG earnings season, bank profits pressured by low rates, bitcoin tumbles as lawmakers round on Facebook Libra, oil prices gain and Apollo 11 celebrations continue in Washington.
Google confirmed that it ended a project aimed at introducing a censored search engine in China during a day of multiple Congressional hearings focused on the influence of Big Tech.
The Dow ends down after reaching an intraday day Tuesday as President Trump says the U.S. and China have `a long way to go' before reaching a trade agreement.
Retailers with more than $1 billion in annual revenue saw a 64% boost in online sales compared to a typical Monday, while those with less than $5 million in revenue got a 30% lift.
The browser extension makes it possible to comparison shop between Amazon and other shopping sites.
Buy Netflix on weakness to its 200-day simple moving average at $338.10, given the risk that the stock fails to hold its semiannual pivot at $364.99 on earnings volatility.
Shares of online streaming-device maker Roku surge on expectations sales will continue to be robust, particularly given the device's popularity on Amazon's Prime Day sale.
Everyone wants to catch a break on their shopping, but nobody wants to sacrifice their weekend for clipping coupons. Thankfully, with modern technology come modern solutions.
For those trading the FANG or FAANG names, and especially Facebook, Tuesday sets up as a day bearing exceptional levels of headline risk.
Traders and investors were disappointed recently when the IT company did not raise guidance and that weakness does not look like it has run its course.
Jim Cramer's got some thoughts on what Amazon investors should be doing with the stock now that the Prime Day sale is upon us.
(NASDAQ:AMZN) — Deep discounts have already saved Prime members hundreds of millions of dollars in the U.
Jim Cramer says don't trade earnings season, invest in it -- and invest the time needed to be a smart, successful investor.
Jim Cramer's breaking down what he expects from earnings season, China's slowing growth, and Amazon's Prime day sale.
Amazon's retail competitors will see a 79% revenue lift around Prime Day, according to a projection from Adobe Analytics.
Estee Lauder is among the companies that are sure winners, no matter which way the economy goes.
Employees in several countries say that plans to introduce one-day shipping later this year will put undue strain on fulfillment centers.
All three stock indexes struggled to a record close Monday as investors gear up for earnings season.
Amazon appears primed to head higher, but traders and investors may have an opportunity to buy shares anywhere from 2% to 5% lower before the rise.
Amazon is above the crown in e-commerce, but might other stocks see larger benefits from smaller online sales bases?
Amazon could, technically, eventually tack on a few hundred more points -- meaning this pricey and risky stock can still pay off.
Amazon is Real Money's Stock of the Day. The internet giant's fifth annual Prime Day event began this morning. Analysts estimate the two-day spending spree could generate more than $6.1 billion in total sales. TheStreet's Jacob Sonenshine breaks down what investors need to know.
A breakdown of the biggest buying days on the internet.
The indices are fine but if you are looking to add long positions it is narrow action right now.
Last year Amazon reported adding the most Prime members in one day in its history during Prime day despite the company recently raising membership fees to $119 a year from $99.
Curious about China's slowing growth? What Prime Day means for Amazon? Or what to expect from this earnings season? Here's what Jim Cramer is thinking about in the markets, Monday.
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