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European stocks retreated Friday as global investors trimmed risk positions amid questions over both the pace of Fed rate hikes and tax and spending plans from President Donald Trump.
European stocks are expected to open modestly higher Friday as investors question both the pace of rate hikes from the Fed and tax and spending plans from President Donald Trump.
The Dow Jones Industrial Average keeps its record-breaking streak intact on Thursday, adding to records achieved over the past few weeks with another day of slight gains.
Wall Street is pulled in two directions on Thursday with a bounce in crude prices boosting the Dow and a selloff in Tesla dragging on the Nasdaq.
The Nasdaq falls Thursday as a mixed reaction to Tesla's recent quarter leads to a selloff. The Dow Jones Industrial Average dips.
Stock futures inch higher on Thursday, setting the Dow Jones Industrial Average up for more records as crude oil posts solid gains.
Jim Cramer is bullish on Incyte, Skyworks Solutions, Western Digital, Constellation Brands and more.
Six Flags CEO John Duffey tells Jim Cramer there are good opportunities for theme parks overseas.
Tellurian's Charif Souki tells Jim Cramer he's bullish on the ability of the U.S. to export more natural gas.
Jim Cramer says Home Depot has a long runway of growth ahead of it.
This market may be cheaper than it looks, especially if companies can keep delivering on the earnings front, says Jim Cramer.
The Dow Jones Industrial Average ends at a record for its ninth session in a row. That's its longest record-breaking streak in three decades.
The Dow Jones Industrial Average enjoys a massive winning streak with only small gains on Wednesday, shrugging off the chances of another rate hike come March.
The S&P 500 holds lower on Wednesday after the Federal Reserve signaled comfort in moving to higher interest rate levels "fairly soon."
These may be uncharted waters, but they're not necessarily expensive.
There seems to be favorable regulatory noise from the European Commission.
Doug Kass shares his thoughts on Jeffrey Lacker's upcoming retirement, and also discusses some stock market investments.
In highlights from this week's trading diary and posts, Kass discusses a difference between the equity and the fixed-income markets, and watches as the market bends, just a little.
Chemical companies, lumber producers and other sectors that should benefit from capital spending look to do well going forward.
I prefer the one-way biased, at-the-money long call shooter trade expiring in March.
The good vibes that carried Wall Street to new records last week lingered on into Monday's session.
The Dow Jones Industrial Average led Wall Street's gains on Monday on leftover goodwill from last week's Trump-inspired rally.
Interpublic and United Parcel raise dividends, and a recap of notable dates.
We believe the long-term Dow story is attractive -- with or without the merger -- and we are holders at these levels.
In highlights from this week's trading diary and posts, Kass offers some recommended reading and makes some observations.
The chemical giant is selling a high-margin $150 million sales business to SK Global, one of a number of divestitures expected should regulators approve its $130 billion combination with DuPont.