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Markets had a tumultuous week starting with increased trade war fears and ending with a modest oil production increase from OPEC.
While the Dow snapped its losing streak Friday, the action under the surface was not strong.
Markets search for some life after a rough week. BlackBerry CEO John Chen sits on down with TheStreet. Netflix shares hover around an all-time high. PayPal continues to make big deals.
Jim Cramer says many stocks already reflect the worst-case scenarios, and that means he sees a lot of upside potential.
Maybe you should not emulate the Oracle after all.
Got tariff wars? Disney borders on reckless with its pursuit of Fox's assets. Tech stocks have reached out-of-control levels.
Micron's stock continues to defy conventional wisdom. But that isn't too different than what's happening to other tech stocks.
Facebook takes a big swing at YouTube with a new slate of options on Facebook Watch and Instagram. But it might be a long, painful battle for the social media giant.
The five biggest U.S stocks, all of which trade in the tech sector, could top $4 trillion in value Thursday, overtaking the collective worth of all but one of the world's stock markets.
Jim Cramer explains why the fulcrum for the financial markets is growth -- not tariffs, or the Fed, or interest rates.
Here's what you need to know for Wednesday, June 20.
The market finishes mixed, but these are the headlines worth watching beyond Wall Street.
Starbucks has some work to do to get its brand back on track. TheStreet offers up some suggestions. Meanwhile, Facebook could be sitting on a goldmine.
PayPal has made another notable acquisition, and AT&T is reportedly looking to do the same. Facebook, meanwhile, appears hungry to grow its ad inventory.
The new platform could become a serious rival to Google's YouTube.
RBC analysts predict the monetization of Messenger will become 'highly material' to Facebook's profit and loss over time.
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U.S. stock futures rise on Wednesday though investors remain cautious amid the deepening trade dispute between the U.S. and China; General Electric gets booted from the Dow Jones Industrial Average; Starbucks to close 150 U.S. stores; Oracle issues soft guidance.
The PRC is the paper tiger and we're the tiger that just woke up and is sick and tired of the beatdown the Chinese have delivered.
These are some of the stocks that retirees should avoid, according to experts.
FANG stocks are falling on Tuesday morning amidst fears of a trade war with China, but investors shouldn't be scared off.
Social-media giant falls on analyst's revenue downgrade, but other popular tech names are slumping as well.
The markets are timid on Tuesday as investors consider their global exposure with trade war fears running rampant. Welcome to the summer of trade war fears.
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