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A look at today's top tech stories.
Stocks move higher late Tuesday after a choppy start to the day with Wall Street uncertain on how the 'Brexit' vote could play out.
Stocks fluctuate as Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen warns of 'considerable uncertainty' over the economic outlook.
Helmerich & Payne (HP) stock is up in pre-market trading after a ratings upgrade to 'overweight' at KeyBanc earlier today.
Stock futures are adding to Monday's gains as investors await comments Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen and hopes of a 'remain' vote in the 'Brexit' referendum fuel gains.
Here are Tuesday's top research calls, including downgrades for Bloomin' Brands, Kirby and Werner, and an upgrade for Helmerich & Payne.
There is so much buying power in so many new areas.
Jim Cramer shares his views on how the real economy is doing. Union Pacific, CSX and Norfolk Southern are among the stocks discussed here.
Even industry leading Schlumberger didn't escape the firm's criticism as it expects the company to face valuation headwinds from issues with deepwater and international exposure.
Shares of Helmerich & Payne are lower on Wednesday as the price of oil declines ahead of the upcoming OPEC meeting.
When considering oil and gas stocks, companies with low leverage is a good place to start, according to industry sources, but some low-debt players are better than others.
Technical expert Bruce Kamich goes head to head with TheStreet's Jim Cramer. Do they agree on these five S&P 500 stocks?
Apple, Microsoft and three others are not being rewarded for their success and frugality, Cramer says.
It's not time to jump, but after E+Ps this is the next area to watch.
What makes these charts buck the bearish trend?
Federal Reserve chatter in the coming week will be the focus as investors try to determine just how soon the next hike could come after December's initial liftoff.
Use the current pullback in HP to do some initial buying, with a risk point at $50.
Lowe's technical charts show that it may be ready for an upswing.
Netflix is bringing its 'Narcos' to over-the-air television and HP debuts its 3-D printers aimed at large-scale production.
Virtual Reality continues to see strong growth, with 1 million people using Samsung's Gear VR in the past month. PC sales slow to five-year lows.
Shareholders appear reluctant to get back on board with the struggling manufacturer, despite its new CEO's sunny outlook.
Charts point to a market that has little respect for Baker Hughes as a standalone concern.
Jim Cramer says HP should've acquired Lexmark when word first surfaced that the company was up for sale.
However, an eye-popping surge today in the put/call ratio for ETFs does muddy the waters a bit.
Four stocks the late legend would love are trouncing the S&P 500.