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Last week wasn't stellar for Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton, on the campaign trail or in the markets.
The markets plunged Friday on fears of a Fed rate hike. The stocks that stand to surge under a Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump presidency took a dive as well.
Retail Sales Volume, Dollar Sales and Market Share Are Up
Hillary Clinton marked her biggest fundraising month to date in August, raking in a record $143 million. Hillary-friendly stocks, however, haven't had as strong a showing.
Verizon Communications CFO Fran Shammo will be retiring at the end of 2016 after a 27-year tenure.
The lack of clarity around the restaurant chain and packaged foods business strategic review suggests that insurgent Tom Sandell may escalate his insurgency.
Past price action does not guarantee future price action.
Last week wasn't exactly one to write home about for Hillary Clinton. The stocks that could do well under her presidency didn't have a particularly impressive go of things, either.
Hillary Clinton last week largely put her head down and kept quiet. The stocks that stand to do well under her presidency had a rather unremarkable week as well.
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Hillary Clinton is up in the polls and appears to be staying there. The stocks that could do well under her presidency? Not so much.
Tyson Foods' (TSN) stock price target was increased at BMO Capital this morning after the company reported better-than-expected results for the 2016 third quarter.
The country's largest meat processor is having a great year, and now is a good time for investors to hop in.
Stocks pull slightly lower on Monday as a selloff in health care squares off against a rally in energy.
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Stocks pull lower on Monday morning as a selloff in health care sours the jobs-inspired rally that pushed benchmark indices to record highs last week.
Hillary Clinton had a relatively quiet week and so did the portfolio we track of investments that should do well under a President Clinton. Here's how it went down.
Trade-Ideas LLC identified Tyson Foods (TSN) as a new lifetime high candidate
Stock futures set up for a record open on Monday as the jobs enthusiasm that pulled benchmark indices to record highs last week continues into a new session.
Stock futures are rising again after last week's new market highs. Mattress Firm rockets higher on a buyout.
Tyson Foods (TSN) reported better-than-expected results for the 2016 third quarte before Monday's opening bell.
For the week of August 8, the markets await Disney's earnings and July retail sales figures.
The presidential candidates this week go head-to-head in the country's heartland, conveying starkly different versions of U.S. economic conditions. In coming days, investors will get clues as to who's right.
Cramer says he'll be watching Allergan, Tyson and Macy's earnings, among many others. Also, he explains why having money in the stock market is the best path to long-term rewards.