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We cannot afford to revisit the lows seen in early April.
There's a big hate on hardware and I don't see what's going to change that.
Here's what you need to know now for Thursday, April 19.
The Amazon founder's latest shareholders contains interesting disclosures not only about Prime, but also about his company's AI investments, Indian growth and workplace culture.
U.S. stock futures point lower; surging oil prices boost equities in Europe and Asia; Amazon says its Prime subscription program has more than 100 million members; P&G to buy German Merck's consumer healthcare unit for $4.2 billion.
How do you get a stock moving? Jim Cramer says the answer is to invest in technology.
Here's what you need to know for Wednesday, April 18.
Of course, a good earnings report from a key stock can change the mood very fast.
Stocks finish mixed on Wednesday amid a sharp decline in IBM shares.
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TheStreet's founder and Action Alerts PLUS Portfolio Manager Jim Cramer weighs in on Wednesday's trending topics.
Jim Cramer and our other experts look at banks, three sections to trade, and REITs.
TheStreet's founder and Action Alerts PLUS Portfolio Manager Jim Cramer reacts to Wednesday's market action and earnings from United Continental, IBM and CSX.
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Tesla continues to struggle with getting its operations in order. How about those IBM results?
Alphabet earnings on Monday night is likely the next report to provide any real excitement.
Tesla seems like one hot internal mess, per a new letter from CEO Elon Musk. The markets are in rally mode, despite a letdown from IBM.
Investors will react to a strong start to corporate earnings season. What are you watching Wednesday?
U.S. stock futures rise modestly; IBM tumbles after it reports a weaker-than-expected profit margin; the NTSB says the blown engine on a Southwest plane had 'metal fatigue.'
Global stocks edged higher Wednesday as traders continued to focus on the strength of the U.S. corporate earnings season and fret over the fate of global economic growth amid an uncertain future for U.S. trade agreements.
The IT giant once more posted results that look less impressive after one goes over the fine print. And investors seem to be even less forgiving than before.
IBM shares look for their biggest decline in a year Wednesday after a surprise slump in profit margins overshadowed an otherwise solid first quarter for the former tech icon.
IBM shares were down more than 5% during after-hours trading, despite beating analysts' estimates.
It wasn't just the FAANG names that came to life Tuesday in the stock market.
Stocks rise on Tuesday as investors react to strong earnings from Goldman Sachs and Netflix.
Planet Fitness looks good and carries little political risk.
Big Blue has gone up and down since early 2017, but mostly down.
It isn't perfect but a positive trend is building in the stock market after Netflix's blowout report.
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