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U.S. stock futures rise after St. Louis Federal Reserve President James Bullard lifts Wall Street's hopes that the central bank could cut interest rates; U.S. tech stocks lead the Nasdaq's slide into correction territory as lawmakers gear up for a probe into the biggest and most influential companies in the sector; Salesforce.com and Tiffany report earnings.
We will be dancing around to headlines today -- and with the indices and stocks oversold, the buyers will be trying to catch some short-term upside.
U.S. tech stocks were active again Tuesday, following yesterday's slide into correction territory for the Nasdaq Composite, as lawmakers geared-up for what could be a lengthy probe into the biggest and most influential companies in the sector amid reports of a looming antitrust challenge from the Department of Justice.
By going after friendly trading partners and big tech Trump is forcing Wall Street to re-calibrate and lower valuations, Jim Cramer says.
The House Judiciary Committee said Monday it's opening a 'bipartisan' investigation into competition in digital markets.
Alphabet stock is getting nailed on worries over a Department of Justice investigation. Here's where support may come into play.
Amazon stock continues to sink, causing investors to wonder when support will come into play.
The Federal Trade Commission was given the green light to begin a potential investigation into the social media giant's competitive practices, according to The Wall Street Journal.
If spun off, Waymo would offer a significant challenge to Tesla's ambitious self-driving efforts.
Dow rebounds in final minutes, Alphabet, Facebook and other big tech names sink on reports of government investigations into their practices.
Although I would consider this a very speculative, very aggressive buy, it is one of the few charts and ideas which appeals to me today.
What happened to the business president? I think what happened is that the polls are showing that whatever the president is doing is working.
Expect some pain over the next several days as this process runs its course.
The selling pressure that Google has experienced on reports of a planned antitrust probe feels excessive. However, there is likely to be some fallout.
Technically, the stock has entered a dangerous area with failing support and waning momentum.
Is there a legit case against Alphabet? As an investor, fortunately, I abandoned GOOGL when they had been criticized for not being helpful to the Department of Defense.
Jim discusses the process behind what needs to happen with Alphabet before you buy today's decline, provides his thoughts on the DuPont-Corteva separation, and talks about CVS ahead of tomorrow's analyst day.
Regulators worldwide are looking to rein in Alphabet's business model.
Jim Cramer is breaking down why he'd rather buy panic than sell it when it comes to Google's most recent headlines.
Alphabet shares traded sharply lower Monday as investor trimmed holdings of the Google parent following a weekend issue that caused traffic congestion across key parts of its network and a report that suggested it may face a federal antitrust probe over its search engine.
Jim Cramer's breaking down the possible DOJ antitrust investigation into Google, Apple's developer conference, and Boeing's most recent headlines.
Alphabet stock is encountering issues on Monday as the market searches for answers on what is to come next.
Let's check the charts before being tempted to make a trade.
Jim Cramer's breaking down what a potential Department of Justice antitrust investigation would mean for Google and what investors should watch for at Apple's WWDC conference.
Alphabet's troublesome weekend adds anxiety for shareholders.
Also, the Department of Justice reportedly could be preparing an antitrust probe into Alphabet's Google unit.
Fortunately, Larry Page and Serge Brin had a change of heart before everyone's favorite search engine became mainstream. Go behind the label and learn the history of Google.
Global stocks extended declines Monday, following the steepest May sell-off for the S&P 500 in nine years, as investors reacted to escalating trade tensions between Washington and Beijing and compounding evidence of a parallel economic slowdown.
U.S. stock futures fall as investors react to escalating trade tensions between the U.S. and China; Germany's Infineon Technologies will acquire Cypress Semiconductor in a deal with an enterprise value of €9 billion ($10.1 billion); The Department of Justice is gearing up for an investigation of Alphabet's Google unit, a report says.
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