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Here are Monday's top research calls, including upgrades for AK Steel and Xilinx, and downgrades for Groupon and Bank of America.
Cramer shares his views on the preponderance of evidence, and suggests having faith in interational strength.
Corporate America shelled out big bucks for President Trump's inauguration.
What does consistent profitability growth mean for the U.S. economy if sales gains are shrinking? To keep the current expansion going, the government will need to figure out the answer.
Goldman reveals very little about its giant trading operations. That's partly why investors got nervous following a disappointing performance that remains mostly unexplained.
Wall Street ended the week higher, as a series of positive earnings from major S&P 500 companies kept investors in a buying mood.
Consumer spending looks OK, judging by the earnings from several financials.
More rewards, more spending; a pretty simple equation for American Express.
If you piece things together from what companies tell you, the picture is pretty positive.
Earlier market optimism faded as Wednesday wore on and a financials rally gave way to a selloff in Dow Jones Industrial Average component IBM and energy shares.
The S&P 500 hugs the flatline on Wednesday afternoon as a selloff in crude oil prices and energy shares counters better-than-expected earnings from Morgan Stanley.
Morgan Stanley's return on equity widened to 10.7% in the first quarter, and Jim Cramer offers his take on the firm's performance relative to Goldman Sachs.
Earnings take center stage again with a disappointment from IBM and a better-than-expected performance from Morgan Stanley dividing markets.
Here are Wednesday's top research calls, including upgrades for Bank of America, Goldman Sachs and HP, along with new coverage of Comcast, Verizon, AT&T, Sprint and T-Mobile.
After an earnings inspired gain of nearly 1.5% in the early going, Bank of America closed Tuesday's session in the red.
Earnings drive markets again on Wednesday with IBM dragging on the Dow Jones Industrial Average and Morgan Stanley driving financials, and broader markets, higher.
Not a great day on paper for the Oracle of Omaha.
Stocks have had many reasons to sell off.
Bank of America benefited from increased trades tied to corporate clients, Vining Sparks analyst Marty Mosby noted.
Stock futures move higher on Wednesday morning as Morgan Stanley joins other banks in reporting a better-than-expected first quarter.
Revenue from trading bonds, currencies and interest-rate swaps surged 17%, a gain that was in line with Citigroup and JPMorgan Chase.
Goldman Sachs diverged from rivals Citigroup and JPMorgan Chase in reporting lower revenue from trading with clients, but produced 16-fold gains on in-house stock and bond investments.
Stocks close lower on Tuesday as shares of Goldman Sachs, Bank of America and Johnson & Johnson decline after the companies reported first quarter earnings.
Stocks closed lower after digesting mixed first quarter earnings data.
Merrill brokers are continuing to push retirement savers that pay commissions for stocks and bonds to choose between platforms.
Stocks are lower on Tuesday after shares of Goldman Sachs, Bank of America and Johnson & Johnson decline.
I'm keeping an eye out, but there isn't enough support to suggest that now is the time to start buying.