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But Apple pops on Wednesday after posting stronger-than-expected fiscal second-quarter earnings on Tuesday.
Consistency in discipline will make the difference.
Global stocks bumped higher Tuesday, while oil prices held at three-and-a-half year highs, amid several key market closures and ahead of what could be a crucial quarterly earnings update from Apple after the close of trading.
Global stocks kicked-off the week in a bullish mood Monday, with merger activity and a robust U.S. corporate earnings season helping boost markets in Europe and Asia and set up Wall Street for a positive start to the final trading day of the month.
Investors will have their hands full in the coming week with earnings from Apple and Tesla. It will start Monday digesting news of a T-Mobile merger with rival Sprint.
Six weeks in Judge Richard Leon's courtroom flew by, and closing arguments in the DOJ suit to block AT&T's purchase of Time Warner start Monday. If you haven't been following along, here's what you need to know for Monday's big event.
With big earnings reports from Apple and Tesla on tap plus much-anticipated jobs and Fed reports, it's sure to be a busy week for investors.
Looking for opportunities in this volatile market? You might want to start with the stocks that could withstand a trade war with China.
These areas have little exposure to China, so buy them on any broad-market dip over U.S.-Chinese trade tensions.
Humana, a leading health and well-being company, will be the exclusive health plan sponsor in Arizona, California, Nevada and Washington for the 25 th National Senior Health & Fitness Day® taking place Wednesday,...
Paying for healthcare costs could be among your biggest concerns after retiring. Here's how the possible tie-in might change the way you access care.
What isn't Walmart dabbling in these days?
The world's largest retailer is reportedly interested in doling out $1 billion for a pharmaceutical fulfillment startup.
U.S. stock futures are higher after a tech selloff during the previous session; Fox says Disney could acquire Sky News; CBS reportedly is preparing a low-ball bid for Viacom.
The stock market took a full on beating Monday as investors reassessed risk across the board. Here's one thing that stood out in Monday's ugly session.
The M&A market continued to be strong in the first-quarter. Despite a shakier stock market, don't expect the interest in doing deals to wane anytime soon explains Stifel Financial Group's chairman and CEO Ronald Kruszewski.
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