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We are not out of the woods because there are plenty of actions that can occur and can cause weakness.
As usual, the stocks that bounce back first are the tech stocks with little Chinese exposure and the consumer packaged goods that just demonstrated good numbers.
Better transparency regarding the performance of Google's most valuable businesses would not only please Wall Street, but indirectly help Google retain top talent. And the arguments against doing so now look questionable.
The social media giant's effort would likely represent the most mainstream application yet of cryptocurrency.
Mark Zuckerberg's company reportedly wants its cryptocurrency, which would be pegged to the value of existing currencies, to underpin a payments network with low transaction fees.
The data center switch supplier still has strong long-term growth drivers. But it could see more profit-taking following a weak Q2 outlook blamed on softening cloud demand.
U.S. stock futures rise as Wall Street awaits payrolls data for the world's largest economy; Warren Buffett's Berkshire Hathaway has been buying shares of Amazon.com; Facebook removes Louis Farrakhan, Alex Jones and others from its platform.
The social media giant plans to let sellers on its Marketplace platform provide shipping options for items, as well as let buyers pay for items on Facebook's site or app. And unlike eBay, Facebook isn't charging selling fees.
The tech company called the banned groups 'dangerous individuals and organizations.'
But better prices, I believe, lay ahead. Why not be ready for them with some fresh cash to do some buying?
The risk of being 'long and wrong' is now elevated while the upside profit potential is likely minimal.
Don't dare call it experimentation: an age of artificial intelligence has inspired a kind of business plan by trial and error for giant, cash-rich companies like Google.
The Chinese company is about to pay a fat dividend on its American depository shares, and it isn't too late to get in on it.
Zynga shares surged after the mobile game maker posted a revenue beat and raised its guidance. Its stock is up more than 40% this year.
Facebook and the Federal Trade Commission are discussing a settlement that would require the social network to place high-level privacy executives in senior roles throughout the company, and make CEO Mark Zuckerberg personally accountable for the any privacy breaches.
Whether the bears can build on Wednesday's intraday reversal is open to question as they've done a lousy job of producing downside momentum since last December's skid.
Global stocks sputtered Thursday, although U.S. equity futures extended gains. with investors reacting to last night's policy statement from the Federal Reserve that suggested interest rates would likely remain unchanged for the better part of the year, amid a stronger-than-expected corporate earnings season and mixed signals from the broader economy.
Jim Cramer says it's not 1987 or 1999, and there's no reason to dump stocks right now, but he does advocate discipline and caution.
RMPIA outperformed once gain during April.
Uber set a price range of $44 to $50 per share in a recent filing, valuing the company as high as $90 billion.
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FAANG stocks have posted big gains so far this year -- here's a breakdown of how the group performed last quarter.
There couldn't be two worst analogues to what we have going on this year than those two data points.
We think it's pretty clear that Apple has been quite innovative under Tim Cook.
An owner of radio stations, a homebuilder and a wellness company still offer value even after the broader market's run to record highs.
Wednesday's positive open on Apple's surprise earnings beat is complicated by the FOMC interest rate decision in the afternoon.
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Jim Cramer says there are a lot of illogical moves in this market. But what looks stupid today could turn out to be smart tomorrow.
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