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Global stocks are on the defensive Wednesday, pulling U.S. futures and European shares lower, as investor re-set expectations for corporate profits in the face of rising investment and input costs.
The volatility is preventing any meaningful buys so far.
TheStreet's founder and Action Alerts PLUS Portfolio Manager Jim Cramer weighs in on Wednesday's trending stocks from the floor of the New York Stock Exchange.
Strong balance sheet and royalties are big positives for Innoviva.
Jim discusses a possible bounce in the market, why we were buyers Tuesday, 3M, Comcast's earnings, and more!
Twitter reports its second profitable quarter on Wednesday.
It's double trouble for a troubled company.
Is the bull market over? Investors will act their usual worried selves following a tough stock market selloff on Tuesday.
Twitter continued its turnaround in the first quarter. Hat tip to founder and CEO Jack Dorsey.
U.S. stocks attempted to reverse the global tide Wednesday, with futures improving after better-than-expected earnings from Boeing and Twitter and a spate of multi-billion merger deals at home and abroad.
I suspect to see some positive positioning in front of tonight's reports.
There is likely more headline risk to our front than to our rear.
U.S. stock futures point to further losses for Wall Street and global stocks slump on Wednesday; Facebook, Boeing and AMD report earnings; Takeda sweetens offer for Shire.
Facebook shares have fallen more than 4% over the past two days, amid a broader tech sector decline, as investors prep for what could be the social media group's most important earnings update since it went public nearly six years ago.
Here are a few of my better ideas heading into earnings reports.
Look for earnings from Alphabet and Amazon, plus a sit-down between North and South Korea.
U.S. companies are on pace to record their strongest collective earnings in two decades as tax cuts and low interest rates boost profits, but the market's key test will come from the world's biggest tech companies, which starting reporting first quarter earnings this week.
As CEO Elon Musk admits the fallibility of robots, NYC Comptroller Scott Stringer would like to see an expert in human capital management added to Tesla's board of directors.
Jim Cramer and our other experts look at Intel, Twitter and streaming media.
Here are the key levels to watch as this surprising stock gains traction.
Jim Cramer says you can't ignore the FANG stocks. They are part of a secular, long-term change in how we think, in how we do things, in how the global economy works.
Tesla's Model 3 temporary production halt looks worse given Musk's tweet just days ago predicting a profitable Q3 and Q4, and denying Tesla needs to raise billions in capital.
The game plan is to spot the charts that have more room to run.
The big change in the stock market Tuesday is leadership, but a strong close is still needed.
Jim Cramer and our other experts discuss Micron, the dips and rips of the market, and restaurant stocks to watch.
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