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BlackBerry sharply rose after announcing it was getting out of the business of developing and manufacturing smartphones. Amazon trended higher after a favorable research note from Nomura.
A largely unexpected production freeze agreement between major oil-producing countries sent stocks and crude into rally mode late in the session.
BlackBerry climbed Wednesday after announcing it would outsource its handset-making business.
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Stocks return to the green and oil solidifies gains on a report that Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries reached a deal to limit production.
Despite announcing the closing of its landmark smartphone business and a net loss for the quarter, shares of the tech pioneer are headed higher today. Here's why.
The struggling tech company is trying to pivot to software and services under CEO John Chen, but its success is far from guaranteed.
Shares of Blackberry were higher Wednesday after reporting breakeven profit for the second quarter.
Blackberry CEO John Chen told CNBC Wednesday that he thinks the company's decision to outsource its smartphone manufacturing business will result in long-term revenue growth.
A pivot to interest rate talk sank stocks during the morning session on Wednesday.
Stocks turn lower on Wednesday morning after Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen triggers fears an interest rate hike could come by year's end.
Despite outsourcing its handset business, it is a few quarters away from becoming a secure software and services company.
Stock futures are little changed on Wednesday morning as crude oil rebounds from a major selloff a day earlier.
BlackBerry (BBRY) stock was higher in pre-market trading on Wednesday after posting breakeven earnings for the fiscal 2017 second quarter.
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On Wednesday, September 28, investors will get Congressional testimony from Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen.
The company reports tomorrow, but Wall Street's focus is on the hardware unit.
BlackBerry set its 52-week high at the end of 2015 and has been struggling for most of 2016. Is there a light at the end of the tunnel?
BlackBerry (BBRY) is scheduled to release its 2017 fiscal second quarter results prior to Wednesday's opening bell.
These heavily shorted stocks could get squeeze much higher if they report positive earnings this week.
For the week of September 26, investors will get quarterly results from a host of major companies and testimony from Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen.
Conditions seem ripe for continued upward momentum in stocks, as long as the Federal Reserve or unexpected shocks don't get in the way.
A blockbuster week gives way to a quieter one, but the focus will be the same -- the Federal Reserve and interest rates
The market is fearful. Use that fear to buy, Cramer says.
U.S. stocks closed lower on Friday, after Federal Reserve Vice Chairman Stanley Fischer raised the possibility of an interest rate hike in September.
Stocks hold lower early afternoon Friday, remaining in the red after disappointing retail sales and producer prices data was released.
U.S. stocks creep back from lows to trade just shy of the record levels achieved Thursday.
Stocks edge lower on Friday morning, retreating from records set a day earlier, after disappointing retail sales data is released.