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After a busy Thursday, markets look forward to economic data and the Fed meeting next week. In the portfolio, we dropped a tech stock and added a healthcare name.
Investors are in full wait and see mode.
Stocks wade further into the green on Wednesday afternoon after former FBI director James Comey's prepared testimony is made public.
Stocks move cautiously higher on Wednesday as investors wait for direction from a number of market-churning events on Thursday and a major selloff in crude kneecaps indexes.
Stock futures are in a holding pattern again on Wednesday as investors cautiously wait for direction from a number of market-churning events on Thursday.
There is the hope that there will at some point be a repatriation event.
U.S. stock futures decline and shares in Europe fall amid a weak U.S. dollar, rising political tensions in the Gulf region and electoral risks in the U.K.
These heavily shorted stocks could squeeze the short-sellers if they report bullish earnings this week.
You won't hear much from the Federal Reserve in the coming days as officials enter a blackout period ahead of their June meeting the following week.
Jim Cramer has the game plan for next week, including earnings from Thor Industries and HD Supply.
Jim Cramer says too many companies don't understand milliennials as a consumer group -- and it's killing traditional retail.
Contemporary shopping and buying trends continue to confound established stores.
Pet costs are seen surging, as are several other top household categories.
More bad news for Sears raises questions on whether it could survive.
Consumer spending looks OK, judging by the earnings from several financials.
More rewards, more spending; a pretty simple equation for American Express.
Dave & Buster's board of directors now consists of nine members following Dodds' appointment.
Tech's organic growth and visibility has been apparent all year, says Jim Cramer.
U.S. stock futures rebound slightly and European shares rise as investors regain some optimism over tax cuts and fiscal stimulus from the Trump administration.
On Tuesday, March 28, investors await quarterly results from a host of major companies.