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Flood of earnings, data and reports restrains the market, with no help from Wednesday's debate. We added to one of our portfolio positions.
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A choppy afternoon of trading ended with stocks narrowly mixed on Friday as Microsoft MSFT pulled markets in one direction and General Electric GE in the other.
Prospective deals are hijacking an earnings-based focus on fundamentals.
QCOM shares rose as the company closes in on a deal to acquire NXP Semiconductors
Stocks are mixed on Friday as Microsoft pushes the Nasdaq higher and General Electric drags on the Dow Jones Industrial Average.
M&A news is dominating the market, with three potential deals reportedly in the works.
Qualcomm faces integration, culture and business model risks with its potential purchase of the fast-growing NXP in what would be the biggest semiconductor acquisition in history.
Ask not for whom the register rings, and it better not ring for thee.
Stocks slide on Friday despite better-than-expected earnings from the likes of Microsoft and McDonald's.
Qualcomm (QCOM) could reportedly announce a deal with NXP Semiconductors (NXPI) as soon as next week.
The number of cars with built-in web connectivity is soaring. Here's a look at some of the companies that could benefit.
NXP doubles production capacity with new innovation for UHF RFID solutions
Secure and connected single-chip Kinetis MCU with increased memory, dedicated cryptography and low-power features make today's IoT solutions possible
We took advantage of several down days during the week to add to a recently added position.
Shares have been drifting lower, removing gains from buying NXP.
TSMC's dip on Thursday in response to good results and guidance suggests a lot of good news about the iPhone 7 has already been priced in to the stock.
The markets are nervous again, but investors should look at fundamentals.
Cramer shares his views on what transcends negativity. Honeywell, Google and AT&T are among the stocks discussed.
Jim Cramer ponders how Twitter is either a hit or a miss and whether Netflix can restrain Amazon.
We continue to look for places to opportunistically deploy our cash after a luke-warm jobs report failed to provide the market with additional clarity.
Broadcom could step up to make its own play for NXP, or finally take out long-time acquisition rumor target Xilinx.
Cramer sees no deal until after Twitter reports earnings, which are expected to be hideous.
U.S. stocks stay close to the flatline as Wall Street sits in wait of tomorrow's release of the monthly U.S. jobs report.
Huh? Bank shares rallying at the same time as bond market-equivalent stocks?