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Scare from Amazon today, exacerbated by broader selloff, creates an opportunity.
The drug stores chains would be free to merge if no decision comes before July 7.
Civil investigative demands are sent to affected parties to collect information for a possible lawsuit.
FBI firing, French election, oil prices, retail earnings -- and, oh yes, the markets -- create a dizzying week. We add to a few portfolio positions.
Jim Cramer is bullish on Six Flags and Cara Therapeutics, but he's bearish on General Motors and Pandora.
Jim Cramer says he's amazed that stocks -- and gold, even -- are just yawning at Trump's move to fire FBI Director Comey.
Walgreens Boots Alliance, Inc. (Nasdaq: WBA) and Rite Aid Corporation (NYSE: RAD) today announced that they have certified substantial compliance with the Request for Additional Information (the "Second Request") from the...
Earnings, the Fed, oil prices, health care legislation: How's that for a busy week? Portfolio moves include adding to our oil positions, taking advantage of volatility.
Executives aren't ruling anything out after the pharmacy operator reported first quarter earnings that exceeded analyst estimates but missed on guidance.
The boost to HCA's Texas stable is a shift from the company's focus on stock buybacks.
We find it prudent to take some gains following some cautious commentary from peer CVS Health.
Jeffries analyst Brian Tanquilut wrote that the bundle of the news "provided investors positive news on several key fronts that should help the stock bounce off current levels."
Walgreens shareholders should win whether the Rite-Aid merger goes through or not.
A big week for earnings helps offset a shaky week elsewhere. Portfolio moves include adding a steel position.
Walgreen shareholders are likely to do well whatever happens with the company's multi-billion dollar merger with Rite-Aid.
We are building up on Nucor after initiating the position yesterday.
Another big rally made for a day of milestones: the Dow and S&P 500 enjoyed their best back-to-back gains of the year, while the Nasdaq scored a new record.
Better-than-expected earnings from industry leaders including Caterpillar and McDonald's push the Dow to log triple-digit gains for the second day in a row, its best two-day stretch of the year.
A stream of positive earnings reports keep stocks on the rise on Tuesday with the Dow Jones Industrial Average logging triple-digit gains for the second day in a row.
Analysts were expecting the company to report a four cent per share loss for the quarter.
Stock futures move higher on Tuesday, extending gains seen a day earlier, after a series of positive earnings results from the likes of DuPont, Novartis, and Rite Aid.
Rite Aid Corporation (NYSE:RAD) today reported operating results for its fourteen week fourth quarter and fifty-three week fiscal year ended March 4, 2017.
Earnings and hopes for a tax plan help lift the markets. Portfolio moves include exiting a utility position.
Market rumors of an FTC lawsuit are hitting the shares of Rite Aid, Fred's and, to a lesser extent, Walgreens.
Stocks end at session lows as an earnings disappointment from IBM weighs on the Dow Jones Industrial Average and a crude selloff pressures the energy sector.
Earlier market optimism faded as Wednesday wore on and a financials rally gave way to a selloff in Dow Jones Industrial Average component IBM and energy shares.
The S&P 500 hugs the flatline on Wednesday afternoon as a selloff in crude oil prices and energy shares counters better-than-expected earnings from Morgan Stanley.
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