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So much for the market's rally off the February correction lows. Investors now appear to be adjusting to several new realities.
Here's what you need to know now for Thursday, March 22.
More restrictions on Facebook's gathering and usage of user data could challenge the tech giant's very business model.
BDCs will be the first beneficiaries of rising rates.
The Dow Jones Industrial Average just took a major nosedive. TheStreet brings you inside the selloff.
Stocks drop sharply on Thursday as investors continue to weigh the fallout from Facebook's data concerns and President Trump's tariffs on China, according to TheStreet's founder and Action Alerts PLUS Portfolio Manager Jim Cramer.
Stocks fall sharply on Thursday after Donald Trump announced a trade action against China that could be worth $60 billion.
Ugly as Thursday was, it's the kind of market that sets up great trading opportunities.
Facebook's been in the headlines for all the wrong reasons, but Twitter's the one whose chart is showing some key cracks this spring.
No sector offered respite from Thursday's tariff-inspired selloff.
Our experts tell you how to play markets, from Jim Cramer's advice for a not-so-great day to the final installment of our premium site's 'Sweet 16' stock-picking competition.
The key point that we reiterate is that we have prepared ourselves for this type of selling.
Jim discusses interest rates and the banks, trade tariffs, what Facebook needs to do, Apple's services revenue stream, and much more!
There are three factors sparking jitters among investors on Thursday, according to John Eade, CEO of Argus Research.
You have take advantage of the trading opportunities even if a downtrend may be emerging.
Mark Zuckerberg PR offensive hasn't halted Facebook's five-day slump as investors question the efficacy of the billionaire CEO's leadership and his handling of the Cambridge Analytic data scandal.
The stock market is looking especially weak after the Federal Reserve's meeting on interest rates Wednesday. Did Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg deliver on TV?
European stocks and U.S. equity futures traded lower Thursday as investors brace for the next shot in a brewing global trade war as President Donald Trump is set to unveil $50 billion in new tariffs targeted towards China's consumer technology sector.
There are tons of things trying to grab the attention of investors right now from the Facebook data debacle to the Federal Reserve's latest meeting. Stay focused out there bulls and bears.
This convergence of negative news shouldn't come as a major surprise.
Norway's $1 trillion dollar sovereign wealth fund, the world's biggest, indicated Thursday that it rejected the controversial $2.6 billion pay package that shareholders agreed to award founder and CEO Elon Musk.
Stock futures pointed lower following the Fed's decision to raise interest rates and ahead of potential new tariff announcements from President Trump. Here's what you need to know.
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg says he is willing to testify before Congress and is open to regulation in light of the social media giant's data breach scandal; U.S. stock futures lower as Wall Street braces for the fallout from $50 billion in tariffs targeted toward China.
Jim Cramer says the long-term story remains intact at McDonalds.
Jim Cramer says that when a stock surges on bad news, investors need to pay attention.
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