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The search giant is teaming with Walmart, Target and others to let consumers buy items without leaving its web site -- in exchange for a cut, of course.
This market remains elevated, says Jim Cramer. It's perfectly reasonable to have some selling, but remember: Nobody makes money by panicking.
Jim Cramer highlights Royal Caribbean, Carnival, Microsoft, CONSOL Energy, Shopify, National Grid, Ventas, Energy Transfer Partners.
Jim Cramer says this decline seems sobering and rational, but investors need to be cautious before they commit any big chunks of cash to this market.
With earnings right around the corner, here's a lottery-type play I find enticing.
With the gap to the upside today a fresh look at the charts is in order.
Jim discusses Amazon's recent acquisition, the industrials, and other news around the market.
The rise of re-sellers and consignment shops in the sneaker business comes as consumers, especially younger consumers, move toward more exclusive and high-priced sneakers.
Katie Harnetiaux, worldwide head of marketing for Amazon Handmade, stopped by to talk about the new section of the site and how you now can get handmade gifts with your Prime subscription.
Google, Facebook and Netflix were relatively quiet when the net neutrality framework became law in 2015. Will they get noisier now that it could be dismantled?
All three of Starboard's new investments are in companies that have other activist investors either quietly accumulating positions or already publicly pushing for changes.
Investors in Etsy Inc saw new options begin trading today, for the January 2020 expiration. One of the key data points that goes into the price an option buyer is willing to pay, is the time value, so with 795 days until expiration the newly trading contracts represent a potential opportunity for sellers of puts or calls to achieve a higher premium than would be available for the contracts with a closer expiration.
Wall Street retreats from records as uncertainty swirls over whether Republicans can band together to pass tax cuts, a promise that has been pushing markets to new highs for nearly a year.
Stocks are under pressure on Tuesday even after hitting intraday records earlier in the session.
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