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TheStreet's founder and Action Alerts PLUS Portfolio Manager Jim Cramer analyzes Wednesday's trending market topics from the floor of the New York Stock Exchange.
HP announced earnings that beat expectations. Katy Huberty, an analyst for Morgan Stanley, believes that the market share boosts confidence.
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U.S. stock futures fall and European shares tumble amid a political crisis in Italy; oil prices in the U.S. decline on reports Saudi Arabia may lead an effort to pump more crude into the market; Starbucks to close 8,000 stores for anti-bias training.
The document technology company also agreed to bring on five dissident directors and replace its CEO. Six existing board members also resigned in a resounding victory for the dissident investors.
The stock's a buy for the long-term, a truly amazing feat that would be inconceivable a very short time ago.
There's a big hate on hardware and I don't see what's going to change that.
The document processing company had almost replaced Xerox CEO Jeff Jacobson with an ex-HP executive, The Deal has learned.
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Jim Cramer takes a look at FMC Corp., Oclaro, Cisco Systems, Stratasys, Washington Prime Group, BB&T Bank, and HCA Holdings.
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Jim Cramer takes a closer look at HP, Advanced Micro Devices, U.S. Steel, Snap, DowDuPont, Del Taco Restaurants, Empire State Realty Trust.
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It's hardly a given that the tariffs just floated by Washington and Beijing will go into effect. But if they do, the impact on many tech hardware and chip firms will be limited.
Rumors that Apple is thinking about breaking with Intel date back to 2012, but this is the first time a reputable source has said Apple is planning to actually do it.
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Micron beat on earnings and revenue estimates and provided better-than-expected guidance for next quarter.
The Trump Administration's plans for tariffs on Chinese tech products could invite retaliation and spell higher costs for U.S. tech firms. But many also haven't been entirely happy with the status quo, either.
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The company could see ads transform into a $1 billion opportunity over time, Jefferies says.
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Western Digital stock could run to $135, according the analysts at Baird. Jim Cramer agrees.
It's important to spend time in California to understand what's coming in technology.
Unease permeates the stock market. From regulatory rulings to blocked mergers, the attitude from -- and about -- Washington is very different this year.
Here's what you need to know now for Thursday, March 15.
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