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Wall Street ended a holiday-shortened week with even more records as small gains made a big impact.
Hewlett-Packard Enterprise and HP Inc. have rebounded, so move on.
The Dow Jones Industrial Average and the Russell 2000 closed at fresh record highs Wednesday.
Printer and ink sales still account for the bulk of HP's profits. That's a problem when the printing industry remains stuck in a long-term decline.
The Dow closed higher after the minutes from the Federal Reserve's policy-setting meeting indicate that an interest rate hike could come 'relatively soon.'
Meg Whitman could bid for companies like Nimble Storage or Arista Networks
The Dow remains higher after the minutes from the Federal Reserve's policy-setting meeting indicate that an interest rate hike could come 'relatively soon.'
Stocks trade mixed Wednesday as biotech shares tumble following a sharp drop in shares of Eli Lilly.
Stock futures fluctuate on Wednesday morning after a sharp increase in durable goods orders in October.
U.S. stock futures slip Wednesday after the Dow Jones Industrial Average sets a new high after surpassing 19,000 for the first time. Hewlett Packard Enterprise posts mixed results.
The technology services giant posted lower-than-anticipated revenue for the fiscal 2016 fourth quarter and full year on Tuesday.
The IT group is shedding $17 billion worth of operations as the company looks to become more nimble and liquid.
HP's fourth-quarter results should show that splitting the old Hewlett-Packard into two companies was the right choice, even if it was controversial.
On Tuesday, November 22, investors await quarterly earnings from Dollar Tree.
During the shortened trading week of November 21, investors will be parsing remarks from Federal Reserve Vice Chair Stanley Fischer.
Jim Cramer is fond of Hewlett Packard Enterprise and he's buying the shares aggressively.
The political uncertainty created by Trump's surprising win is taking its toll on some high-flying tech stocks. But his domestic and offshore tax policies may be well-received by Silicon Valley.
Shares in Infineon, NXP and ASML fall sharply.
China has long had an appetite for American M&A targets, especially media companies such as Forbes magazine and AMC Entertainment.
HP (HPQ) is on track to stabilize its supplies business by the end of 2017, CEO Dion Weisler Says.
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Investors need to sift through the confusing crosswinds hitting the market, Jim Cramer says.
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The software giant unveiled some new hardware and software Wednesday as it attempts to get consumers to rethink what PCs are capable of. Apple should take notice.
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Know which stocks are interest-rate sensitive and which don't care, says Jim Cramer.