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The e-commerce giant is sitting on about $8 billion in cash and needs to either return it to shareholders or pursue meaningful acquisitions, analysts say.
Cramer says Hain Celestial stock is back and you should take a hard look at ServiceNow.
Wall Street was down in the dumps for a second day as investors fretted over a laundry list of worries.
Stocks remain lower by late afternoon Wednesday after a steeper-than-expected climb in crude stockpiles pulls the energy sector into a selloff.
Etsy shares are soaring in late morning trading on Wednesday, continuing its strong momentum from yesterday afternoon when the handmade goods seller released strong 2016 first quarter results.
Stocks pare losses early Wednesday after factory orders in March rebound at a faster-than-expected pace.
U.S. stocks slumped on Wednesday, following disappointing private sector jobs data.
Stock futures on Wednesday point to an extension of Tuesday's losses after an unofficial reading on the labor market misses estimates by a wide mark.
These three are not the end. They seem to be the beginning.
Etsy shares are spiking in after-hours trading following the online marketplace for handmade goods' 2016 first quarter results, which beat analysts' estimates and showed a year-over-year growth.
CVS Health, Pfizer, HSBC, Sprint and CBS are also scheduled to release quarterly earnings on Tuesday.
In 'What's Ahead on Wall Street' for Tuesday May 3, investors will get results from Etsy, CVS, Pfizer and Sprint.
Etsy is scheduled to report its 2016 first quarter financial results on Tuesday after the closing bell.
Companies from Etsy to Occidental Petroleum will be reporting earnings this week.
In 'What's Ahead on Wall Street' for the week of May 2, another wave of earnings from big companies, ranging from food to tech.
The jobs numbers are the headliner economic event of the week.
Online handmade marketplace Etsy just announced it will be giving employees up to 6 months of paid parental leave. Here are seven other companies doing right by their new parents.
Etsy has announced a new, gender-neutral parental leave policy, which Jim Cramer thinks will help the company attract even more 'terrific' employees.
TheStreet’s Jim Cramer says Etsy is one of his favorite companies and he applauds the company’s new progressive parental leave policy.
Cramer likes Etsy's quarter and is taking Blackstone Group over Carlyle Group.
Great investments are still out there, Cramer says. They're just getting harder to find and taking longer to realize.
Cramer prefers Skyworks Solutions over NXPI Semi, likes Lockheed Martin and Raytheon, but not General Dynamics, and doesn't find Facebook to be overvalued.
Stressed Out companies led the market Wednesday despite cautious earnings and outlooks.
Wednesday's trading was in tight lockstep with commodity markets as crude bounced back to positive ground.
Wall Street said goodbye to the day's losses by late afternoon in a session which was, predictably, governed by oil.
Shares of the online marketplace could be hemmed in by resistance in the $8 to $10 area on the upside and $6 on the downside.
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