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Trump wants more U.S. auto plants.
The Dow Jones Industrial Average's gains on Tuesday put the index within range of the 20,000 milestone
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Stocks move higher on Tuesday morning as earnings winners DuPont and Alibaba outpace weaker reports from the likes of Lockheed Martin.
Stock futures are little changed on Tuesday morning as a rush of earnings reports leaves Wall Street torn on which direction to go.
This market most likely needs some downside before it can make good progress on the upside.
The new president and his administration committed to protectionist policies on Monday, giving Wall Street a sliver of clarity over how the next four years could play out.
The meeting comes as part of a broader push by the new president to revitalize the U.S. manufacturing footprint and add jobs.
Stocks hold lower on Monday as the Donald Trump administration commits to protectionist policies.
Tradebird users are bullish on bitcoin and Tesla stock, but they're bearish on the pound and yen.
Under Armour has a lot at stake.
One way to grasp the Trump administration's possible impact on the U.S. auto industry is by paying attention to the president's promises to increase employment while cutting regulations.
Uncertainty over policies from a Donald Trump administration contributes to volatile trading on Monday.
TSLA's terrific propensity for upside momentum makes this trade attractive.
President Donald Trump argued manufacturing plants be built domestically.
Cramer shares his views on the cost of being a 'fundamentalist,' and what the real story is behind the railroad stocks.
Doug Kass shares his thoughts on buying retail, and discusses why he's favoring the short side in a big way.
Strong demand from Samsung and China is giving the RF chip giant a boost. Given recent industry news, investors in mobile chip peers have to be pleased.
Don't worry about a little selloff, says Jim Cramer. The data and earnings signal an improving economy.
Like other features in the past, Twitter is ending the use of its 'Buy' button. The once-dubbed 'Tesla Killer' known as Faraday Future is hitting some turbulence.
Tesla CEO Elon Musk tweeted out that the report from the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration was 'very positive.'
Tesla and Netflix, like Amazon, must be valued outside of standard valuation metrics.
Shares of Tesla were gaining over 3% after an upgrade to over-weight at Morgan Stanley on Thursday.
Jim Cramer breaks down how Netflix's content is driving subscriber growth.