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AT&T's proposed $85 billion acquisition of Time Warner shows how powerful content creators are, according to one expert.
News of big combinations will get the week off to a good start, but whether they'll propel the market out of its trading range is another story.
Regulatory issues will weigh on this deal, because of populist politics.
Cramer shares his views on the unkillable market. NXP Semiconductor, Walgreens and Dow Chemical are among the stocks discussed.
Hillary Clinton's standing in the polls has solidified in recent days, despite hiccups. The stocks that stand to do well with her in the White House haven't done particularly well.
TrumpTV might sound exciting to his millions of followers, but the economics of the modern TV business make it a risky venture for a carrier.
The megamerger could get completed but it would be heavily conditioned by the FCC and the DOJ, according to regulatory observers in Washington as well as an activist hedge fund.
AT&T says it will buy Time Warner in $85.4 billion deal that would combine a global telecom operator with the media company steeped in television and film.
Better-than-expected earnings from the tech world pushed Wall Street to close out the week with slight gains.
Netflix's (NFLX) stock price target was hiked to $165 at MKM on Friday based on the company's subscriber additions in the 2016 third quarter, among other things.
The internet saw a wide scale attack levied at a number of different companies on Friday. Is more to come?
Prospective deals are hijacking an earnings-based focus on fundamentals.
NFLX has continued to rally 20 days out following large increases like this.
Investors will be looking for guidance for the fourth quarter as consumers get ready to shop for the holiday season.
With YouTube's help, Google's reported online TV service can stand out in an increasingly crowded field. But it isn't clear that either cord-cutters or pay-TV subscribers will embrace it.
Skyworks has good momentum and Herman Miller is sitting pretty, say Jim Cramer.
Don't ignore a big shift for American Express and don't dig in your heels, says Jim Cramer.
Like Keynes, you've got to be able to change your mind when the facts change.
The lack of movement is causing great frustration for many market players.
Unless prices quickly reverse and break back below $114, we are likely to see a high-level consolidation.
Some big-cap names are doing well, but market follow-through is unimpressive.
Shares of the video-streaming company jumped more than 20% after it surpassed analysts' and its own quarterly results. But investors should hold their horses before jumping in.
U.S. stock futures turn mixed; Yahoo!'s adjusted earnings top forecasts but revenue falls 14% in the third quarter; Intel guides to fourth-quarter revenue below consensus.