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This market is ready for another bout of volatility as we head into October, a month notorious for its routs.
The dissenting FOMC votes speak to a muddy economic picture made all the more challenging to read by the ongoing trade war.
The last time the FOMC had three dissenters was at its September 2016 policy meeting.
Stocks finished mixed Thursday as weakness as weakness in such names as Walt Disney DIS and Home Depot offset gains from Microsoft and tech stocks, while trade worries reappeared.
The Fed Chair's statement is such a mass of self-contradiction and obfuscation that it is no wonder his colleagues are deserting him.
Wing Aviation LLC, an Alphabet company, is collaborating with FedEx Express and Walgreens to launch a first-of-its-kind drone delivery service in Christiansburg, Virginia next month.
FedEx shares were active Thursday following a report that suggested one of its pilots was detained by police in Southern China.
A dividend hike and a big buyback authorization by Mr. Softee should produce value for shareholders.
The uber-bulls were disappointed, says Jim Cramer. Jay Powell is not a fire-breathing Fed chief, and investors should appreciate that.
Stocks ended mixed Wednesday after the Federal Open Market Committee, the Federal Reserve's policy-making body, said it would lower the overnight lending rate to a target range of 1.75% to 2%.
FedEx may be right for the long-term investors. Traders might want to be cautious.
The cloud stock's results weren't great, but were nothing close to the FedEx disaster.
Shares of FedEx are being crushed as the company misses on earnings and provides lackluster earnings. Here's the key level to watch in FDX stock now.
Jim Cramer weighs in on the e-commerce space.
Jim Cramer breaks down why he believes that analysts were gunning for the FedEx CEO.
Jim Cramer breaks down the Fed, FedEx FDX, and Adobe ADBE.
FedEx signals substantial impact from the U.S.-China trade war. Here's what investors need to know now.
Many analysts cut their price targets for FedEx following its extremely disappointing outlook.
FedEx shares traded sharply lower Wednesday after the world's biggest package delivery group warned that full-year profits would likely disappoint Wall Street as the U.S.-China trade war hives demand and the loss of a major contract with Amazon eats into its bottom line.
The charts of UPS and rival FedEx are quite different, with the former's technical signals indicating it could head higher.
Jim Cramer breaks down the Fed, FedEx, and Adobe.
FedEx is in a tough position, although the stock is already knocked down 10%. Adobe may have a better outlook than some think.
Both companies are struggling to understand what this competitive e-commerce environment means for future guidance.
Global stocks traded cautiously Wednesday, with investors focused on both the U.S. Federal Reserve's September rate decision later today in Washington and the impact of last weekend's attacks on two key Saudi oil facilities on world crude markets.
U.S. stock futures fall modestly in cautious trading as investors focus on the Federal Reserve's interest rates decision expected later Wednesday; FedEx sinks after fiscal first-quarter earnings at the shipping giant miss analysts' forecasts and the company lowers its outlook for fiscal 2020; Adobe falls on weak fourth-quarter guidance; Facebook reportedly is working with Ray-Ban to develop augmented reality glasses.
Jim Cramer says don't try to game the Fed. Instead, take the long-term view and watch for developments on trade and global markets.
FedEx's weak quarterly earnings -- even with TNT Express costs aside -- give us some real-world proof that global growth is slowing.
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