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Stock futures are lower. Here's where stocks are trading ahead of the market open on Friday.
A sharp selloff in tech stocks and a hawkish Federal Reserve teamed up on Thursday to drag markets from recent record highs. Here's how trading ended.
The Federal Reserve's hawkish comments also weighed on markets.
The technology sector pulls the rest of markets into the red on Thursday, Sept. 21, as Apple continues to deal with fallout from a tech glitch in its latest product.
Stocks are lower Thursday.
The company now appears ready to plough billions into its memory and display suppliers to guarantee supplies and keep its costs down.
The S&P 500 and Dow Jones Industrial Average scored new records even with just modest gains to begin the week.
The S&P 500 and Dow score new records. Here's where stocks settled on Monday.
Gains in semiconductor company Nvidia Corp. inspired a rally across chipmakers, though the rest of the tech sector sat it out.
Stocks aim for new records. Here's where stocks are trading at the session midway mark on Monday.
Most people who have started in this business in the last 20 years have never seen a market like this.
Here are some strong investments with exposure outside of Apple, too.
TheStreet's founder and Action Alerts PLUS Portfolio Manager Jim Cramer weighs in on Wednesday's trending stocks.
Tech stocks fluctuated on Tuesday afternoon after Apple Inc. laid out its latest product launches, including new models of its smartphone.
Micron Outlines Highest-Performance Solution for Fully Autonomous Vehicles with GDDR; Extends Security Solution to Auto Market
Events that would normally give investors pause have merely primed the pump.
Micron has several big catalysts that could send its stock much higher.
The short thesis is quickly unraveling for energy stocks and individual names like Home Depot and Micron.
Cramer reflects on good news stirring a sneaky rally, and how Wells Fargo needs outside leadership.
Cramer explains why the rebuilding of Houston will be faster than the rebuilding of New Orleans after Katrina and considers how a Micron Tech breakout would be a win for technology stocks.
Memory makers sport low valuations, and Apple's latest iPhone and other product launches are giving the group a big lift. But investors should keep an eye on some trends that might cause issues down the line.
If MU rises, it would lift all boats.
We are also seeing some stocks that are just too strong for their own good.
Jim Cramer says people care about natural disasters, but the markets are moved by data points, such as Apple's iPhone news.
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