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The Dow had a record-making week.
Wherever a dart lands next is an even better short than the last toss.
Four of the five companies are in the energy sector, signaling willingness to fight disruption.
A volley of corporate earnings reports pushed index bellwethers higher.
The initiative illustrates the oil conglomerate's plans to benefit from the shift away from diesel and petrol cars.
The group posted second quarter earnings that were largely in-line with forecasts
Soon enough, we'll know where the demand lies.
Here comes Apple earnings.
Oil major swings to profit as crude prices recover
The Dow is poised to open at an all-time high on Tuesday.
European stocks mixed as euro surges.
The labor market goes under inspection and Apple releases its earnings report.
Jim Collins believes high-yielding large-cap names are being ignored in the market's love affair with Nasdaq.
Microsoft Azure grows faster than AWS, but Amazon is still king of the cloud.
Peter Tchir writes: The long-term trend is clear – U.S. domestic energy production will increase in a drive toward energy self-sufficiency.
A new partnership with BP gas stations in Australia positions Western Union to keep pace with international competitors and improve its retail business.