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The big question is how much more can this market run on the China news.
So much of the anxiety that has pervaded the equity markets in 2018 could have been avoided if the President had simply said or done nothing about starting, or ending, or winning, or losing, global trade wars.
Stocks rise sharply on Monday as investors react to a thaw in the trade war rhetoric between the U.S. and China.
The growth driving many U.S. companies shares is disproportionately centered in China.
There are hints that U.S. companies may get direct access to Chinese markets.
Combining stock buybacks and dividend growth has been a fairly compelling, if not controversial technique that has worked well over the past year.
These dividend payers compete in businesses that I'm interested in and believe in -- and they pay me to own the shares.
The World Trade Organization said global activity is expected to slow this year and next, warning "tit-for-tat" trade tariffs could escalate the decline.
Corporate America may not be giving it straight to investors. That could come back to bite them in the remaining quarters of 2018.
WTO determines EU has refused to honor rulings on massive European subsidies to Airbus
The market feels like it's on the cusp of making a big move higher or lower this summer. Get prepared via TheStreet's founder Jim Cramer's monthly Action Alerts PLUS members call on May 15.
Coincides with global Boeing well-being initiative
President Donald Trump pressured U.S. officials to ease restrictions on China's ZTE Corp. just as his National Security Adviser appeared to threaten European companies doing business with Iran with potential sanctions.
Real float will determine and sometimes radically impact the volatility of a stock.
Fewer stock splits and more use of buy-and-hold ETFs mean fewer shares are actually trading.
Analysts are not concerned over a loss of 777 sales due to the scrapped deal, and some are willing to bet Boeing and other defense equipment suppliers could benefit from increases tensions among the U.S. and Middle Eastern countries.
The stock market, selloffs, and Sears. Here's what you need to know.
The optimism about trade with China is what truly inspires a rally like today coupled with a benign route for rates to go higher.
While the move higher for crude prices late Tuesday took the energy sector with it, defense and aerospace names saw benefit as well.
Jim Cramer and Bob Lang go over the charts of three once-loved stocks that took big hits during earnings season.
Jim Cramer says the reason this market is so hard to deal with is that it doesn't know how to calculate an event -- even when everyone saw it coming.
Order includes two 777-300ERs for SWISS and two 777 Freighters for Lufthansa Cargo
Stocks rise on Monday as U.S. crude oil settles above $70 a barrel for the first time since late 2014.
Executives at the biggest companies around are feeling very optimistic on business trends looking out to year end. They better deliver on their promises, or else.
We have a wall of worry to overcome, but it's important to hear the other side of the trade, says Jim Cramer. Take Apple and Facebook, for example.
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