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Stocks rise on Thursday as investors wade through corporate earnings season, including a blowout quarter from Facebook.
Jim Cramer and our other experts discuss Advanced Micro Devices, Apple's big tests, and Alphabet's AI moves.
Just because rates on the 10-year are back below 3% doesn't mean that's what's driving the rally.
The chart of an ETF focused on the FANG stocks doesn't look very good.
Facebook said it expects expenses to grow 50% to 60% this year as it boosts investment in security, content and innovation.
Jim discusses this morning's interview with Larry Kudlow, Facebook, PayPal, PepsiCo, Raytheon and more!
Best opportunities have presented themselves in momentum names that are taking sharp hits.
The e-commerce giant is the last of the FANG stocks to report its quarterly earnings Thursday after the close.
Facebook's record first quarter sales showed its ad driven business model remains lucrative even after changes to its newsfeed and a damaging data scandal tested investor faith in the world's dominant social media platform.
More than a dozen big-time companies have reported earnings in the last 24 hours. Here are the biggest takeaways from a busy reporting week.
Facebook managed to deliver in the first quarter, despite all its high-profile issues around privacy.
Earnings season madness has kicked into warp overdrive. Here are small doses of what you need to know on the fly.
KLA-Tencor, Microsoft and Intel all report earnings after the close Thursday.
The charts suggest that this bounce can not be trusted to last.
Here's what you must know as Wall Street prepares for another busy day of corporate earnings.
U.S. stock futures suggest Wall Street will open with modest gains on Thursday; Facebook posts a blowout quarter; Amazon and Microsoft to report earnings; Ford is no longer a car company.
Rising oil prices, surging bond yields and mixed earnings forecasts have stalled overnight gains for global stocks and pulled U.S. equity futures into the red ahead of another hectic slate of corporate reports.
The social media giant's results, user stats and earnings call commentary are going over well with investors on edge about news feed changes and Cambridge Analytica.
Without that natural base of short coverers, you get no bounce.
Jim Cramer says he's still optimistic, and he doesn't want investors to give up. But he has 12 reasons to also remain cautious -- especially about Fridays.
Despite positive news about profits and user engagement in the first quarter, Twitter shares hit a wall of worry on Wednesday.
Little fallout from Cambridge Analytica scandal seen in latest financial results.
Good response to earnings reports usually doesn't last long in this environment.
TheStreet's Eric Jhonsa breaks down Facebook's highly-anticipated first-quarter earnings report.
The social network allayed some concerns about growth in the wake of the Cambridge Analytica data handling scandal.
Stocks rise after stronger-than-expected earnings from Boeing and Twitter.
Jim Cramer and our other experts discuss bouncing equities, the new market normal and dividend grower stocks.
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