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It's Friday and that means it's time for a little fun. Did you know that the price of panties is plunging? True story. Meanwhile, here are some quick things to know about markets this week. To be sure, stocks have enjoyed quite the bounce.
Check with your cardiologist before reading further.
Typically this is the end of the line for the shorts. They have all been massacred, Valentine's Day style.
Two leading theater chains and a REIT with a focus on movie complexes are poised to be sleeper hits.
Stocks finished higher on Wednesday.
Valentine's Day is Wednesday, February 14th, in case you need a reminder to get out and get your loved one a gift. And it seems you're planning on being quite generous this year. Watch our video to see just how generous.
U.S. stock futures turn lower after the Consumer Price Index in January rises more than estimates.
Chipotle has a new CEO in the now former leader of Yum! Brands' Taco Bell chain. He is the right guy for the job. Meanwhile, why is Apple's stock still rallying?
Looking to fall in love with your portfolio today? Here's what you need to know.
Jim Cramer asks if you can recognize when you're getting needlessly greedy? Stick to the rules if you want to stay in the game for the long term.
Forget the FAANGs as a group -- this one tech stock is standing out above the rest.
Technicals and fundamentals align on these large-cap, currency and sector-specific plays.
Investors are eager to shake off last week's drubbing. Meanwhile, is Facebook for old people?
Stocks took a beating this week, teetering back and forth in and out of the red in a highly volatile market. These are the key stories you can't afford to miss.
As long as this key market trend continues, stocks may continue to stay under pressure.
Jim Cramer asks: Is every one of these vexing VIX derivatives going to have to go bust before this torture ends? Looks like it.
The stay-at-home economy is alive and well, Jim Cramer says. So then it's no surprise that GrubHub stock is surging.
The media giant's unique intellectual property and sports rights provide a path to success. But Netflix and Amazon's scale advantages are nothing to gloss over.
The common theme on Wall Street Wednesday is to remain calm amid the jittery market. What are you doing at the moment?
CEO Bob Iger said that Disney will beat Netflix on quality rather than quantity on the entertainment giant's fiscal Q1 earnings call.
U.S. stock futures suggest declines for Wall Street, Disney's earnings top estimates, Snap skyrockets on its earnings beat.
After that bloodbath, Jim Cramer and Bob Lang look at the charts to see what's ahead for the big tech names.
Take off the wristband and rip up the ticket that got you in. It's no longer valid.
Jim Cramer says we've cleaned out the bear den, but fundamental concerns, such as bond yields and wage inflation, still loom.
Expect CEO Bob Iger to tout new apps to stream content, tax breaks and Disney's mega-deal with Fox on the call with investors.
Disney CEO Bob Iger gets another chance to tout the benefits of Disney's mega-deal with Fox on Tuesday after the close.
Credit Suisse says there will be no "material" impact to its business from the termination of its VelocityShares Daily Inverse VIX Short Term ETN after it plunges 85% in pre-market trading.
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