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How To Invest in Your Kids Moving Out of The Basement

They can't stay there forever, and you surely don't want them to. Here are the top names to know as the millennials make the move into the real world.

Washington Uncertainty and a Healthcare Selloff Send Stocks Off Kilter

Uncertainty in Washington, D.C., a healthcare sector in selloff mode and a big deals day on Wall Street sent U.S. equities lower to begin the week.

Lennar's (LEN) Down on Merger News, on its Way to Becoming Huge

While Lennar is falling on merger news, it's set to become the largest homebuilder in the U.S. and will be accretive in 2018, Jim Cramer points out.

Stocks Burrow Further Into the Red on Logistics of Tax Cut Plan

Stocks dig further into the red on Monday, Oct. 30, as investors weigh how a proposed phase-in corporate tax rate cut might impact U.S. companies.

Fed Chair Announcement, Beer and Cannabis: Monday's Top Stories

Top stories today: The Federal Reserve Chairperson is expected to be named, Constellation Brands will invest in cannabis and Lennar is buying Calatlantic.

Breaking News

Morgan Stanley Stock Leads Gains As Banks Boost Dividends After Fed Stress Tests

Morgan Stanley, Wells Fargo, Bank of America and Goldman Sachs will lift their quarterly dividend, while JPMorgan will hold its steady following last week's Fed stress tests.

Nike Stock Slides As As Margin Pressures, China Worries Offset Q4 Earnings Beat

"We think we're well positioned for growth in fiscal year 2023 ... having said that, we did take a cautious approach to Greater China," said CFO Matthew Friend.

Stocks Higher, Bank Dividends, Nike, Playtika And Occidental- Five Things To Know

Stock futures higher on global growth bets; Morgan Stanley leads bank gains after dividend boost; Nike slides as margin pressures offset Q4 earnings beat; Playtika shares surge on report of Joffre Capital interest and Occidental shares jump as Buffett adds more to stake

Walgreens Stock Slides As Group Scraps Plan to Sell UK-based Boots

"As a result of market instability ... no third party has been able to make an offer that adequately reflects the high potential value of Boots," Walgreens said.