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Bitcoin prices have crossed the $12,000 mark. Shocker? Not exactly. Meanwhile, Wall Street was really wrong on toy maker Funko.
A look at Jim Cramer's take on stocks of interest to Mad Money viewers.
Baby boomers no longer matter when it comes to brand loyalty.
Hasbro and Mattel short sellers were down $407 million in mark-to-market losses over the last week and a half.
U.S. stock futures suggest Wall Street will rebound on Thursday.
Jonathan Heller takes a look at the prospects for Hasbro and Mattel, and a bidding war.
Jim Cramer says there are deals and potential deals out there that would be great for investors. But not every acquisition is a good one.
Wall Street kicks off the session with uncertain trading before turning modestly higher and snapping a two-day losing streak for the Dow Jones Industrial Average and S&P 500.
Stocks post small gains, though trading remains uncertain on Monday, as gains in consumer names offset weakness in industrials and energy.
Mattel shares surge amid reports of a $5 billion takeover from rival toymaker Hasbro.
Benchmark indexes gave back losses earlier in the day to trade flat to slightly higher.
Stocks fluctuate on Monday, Nov. 13, as consumer names rise and industrials fall.
Stock futures pull back again on Monday as a retreat from records set five days ago looks to continue into a new week.
U.S. stock futures are pointing to declines for Wall Street on Monday, after the Dow and S&P 500 logged weekly losses for the first time in about two months.
The Wall Street Journal reported that the two largest U.S. toy makers could pair up soon
General Electric investors will be tuned into new CEO John Flannery's presentation on Monday. Meanwhile, what's truly eating Under Armour?
Jim Cramer says it's extremely important to buy stocks that are exactly right for you and your level of risk tolerance.
The two largest U.S. toy makers could pair up soon, according to a report.
FIT's hopes hinge on new smartwatch; MAT needs a strong fourth quarter.
The slowly dying department store retailer drops another dose of bad news onto the heads of beaten up investors. One thing is becoming clear: 2018 will be brutal for the company.
The frequent activist Southeastern Asset Management reported a 10.25% stake in Mattel a week after the company reported dismal quarterly earnings and saw its debt downgraded to junk.
After tumbling on downbeat earnings, Mattel stock has absorbed most of the negative developments stemming from its lackluster third quarter, DA Davidson says.
What a week for earnings. While coffee king Starbucks enters a new period of growth and probably a tepid stock price performance, tech giant Apple is heading in the other direction. Meanwhile, did you realize PayPal was turning into a bank?
CVS, AKS, BPL, MAT and ABX all recently were downgraded by TheStreet's Quant Ratings.
These stocks may look like bargains, but bottom-fishing is actually the 'most expensive sport in America,' famed chartist Marc Chaikin says.
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