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Jim Cramer on Friday's trending stocks.
The big banks' high scores on the Federal Reserve's stress tests could speed up deregulation out of Washington.
We are encouraged to see each of our positions, as well as the industry, pass the first round of tests.
Jim Cramer doesn't buy the backlash against Amazon. He says Prime is a very powerful tool and an irresistible bargain.
Jim Cramer is bullish on Citigroup, Zoetis, Idexx Labs, AbbVie, Nucor, and Alexion.
Citi today released certain disclosures required by the rules of the Federal Reserve Board and the Office of the Comptroller of the Currency in connection with the 2017 annual supervisory stress tests.
Jiang Guorong will begin his new role in September.
The Republican plan to repeal and replace Obamacare is less popular than the bank bailouts.
Should Citi pass again, we would expect to see an immediate pop in its shares.
Citi today announced that Alison Harding-Jones will join the firm as Head of EMEA M&A and Vice Chairman of EMEA Corporate and Investment Banking.
Intel is partnering with a company that builds startups that are designed to take on cybersecurity.
McDonald's joins a growing list of U.S. advertisers leaving the Olympics.
The second piece of the annual reviews determines how much banks can spend on dividends and stock buybacks.
Citi Private Bank announced today two new hires based out of California.
Doug Kass shares his thoughts on Apple, Google and Starbucks.
The gulf between the Republican wish list on financial regulations and the legislative reality is large.
Tech rotation, oil and Fed rate hike keep markets on even (make that flat) keel. Several portfolio positions get beefed up.
The ride hailing service Careem is a Middle Eastern tech success story with a $1 billion valuation.
Here's how to trade four of the most active names on the market today.
TheStreet's Action Alerts PLUS Portfolio Manager Jim Cramer discusses Wednesday's trending stocks.
Jim Cramer said Citigroup isn't as focused on trading revenue as other banks.
Jim Cramer expects the Fed to raise interest rates.
U.S. stock futures rise Wednesday as Wall Street prepares for the third interest rate hike from the Federal Reserve in the past seven months.
CFO John Gerspach said low volatility and a softer trading environment have dampened Citi's bond and equity markets revenue.