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With the President at his Florida golf club for a second day, markets rise for a second day. Could those events be related?
The giant health insurer acquired Chile-based Empresas Banmédica in a $2.8 billion deal completed in January.
Stocks rise on Tuesday as investors react to strong earnings from Goldman Sachs and Netflix.
Jim Cramer and our other experts discuss Netflix and the FANGS, stock picking rewarded, and a way to hide from political risk.
We will book a first-time profit in a name near its all-time high, and another that has swiftly rebounded off recent weakness.
Jim discusses the latest earnings results from portfolio companies that are reporting this week.
UnitedHealth lifted its full-year earnings forecasts after a solid first quarter that saw earnings and revenues top Wall Street estimates.
Overall, it was a strong bottom line beat by the company and the raised guidance is encouraging as well.
It isn't perfect but a positive trend is building in the stock market after Netflix's blowout report.
U.S. stock futures point to gains for Wall Street on Tuesday; Goldman Sachs, UnitedHealth and Johnson & Johnson report earnings; Netflix surges after it posts impressive subscriber growth; Tesla to temporarily suspend production of Model 3 sedan.
Global stocks bumped higher Tuesday, while Wall Street futures suggested another positive open, as investors digested a mix set of economic readings from China and continued to focus on the U.S. corporate earnings season.
What are you watching Tuesday? U.S. stock futures pointed to gains as investors eye another round of corporate earnings.
Asia markets traded mostly lower Tuesday, with Hong Kong's benchmark down almost 500 points.
The company's underwriting margins and traditional health insurance business are key areas to watch, according to BMO Capital Markets' Matthew Borsch.
Latest results due from UnitedHealth, Goldman Sachs, Abbott and more.
Stocks rise Monday as concerns over prolonged military action in Syria fade and the focus for investors shifts to a heavy upcoming slate of U.S. corporate earnings.
Legendary investor Jim Rogers thinks the market is headed straight for a major sell off. Here's why.
U.S. equity futures gave back earlier gains Monday even as investor concern over prolonged military action in Syria faded following weekend missile strikes in reaction to an alleged chemicals weapons attack last week in the city of Douma.
U.S. stock futures are rising Monday as concerns over prolonged military action in Syria fade; Bank of America and Netflix report earnings on Monday; Former FBI Director James Comey says Donald Trump 'morally unfit' to be president; WPP CEO Martin Sorrell quits.
President Trump is creating a level of uncertainty that breeds selling. But Jim Cramer has your game plan for next week.
The markets bounced back on easing trade tensions and the banks kicked off first-quarter earnings season.
Markets have been mixed throughout the week, again extra sensitive to the fragile trade relationship between the U.S. and China. Plus, earnings season gets going and Facebook faces the music.
Here's what you need to know now for Wednesday, April 11.
The Dow Jones Industrial Average declined on Wednesday after Donald Trump hinted the U.S. could intervene in the Syria crisis.
It was a busy week of initiations and exits as we repositioned the portfolio.
These areas have little exposure to China, so buy them on any broad-market dip over U.S.-Chinese trade tensions.
Jim's back and discusses Amazon, trade with China, our initiation of UNH, the portfolio's re-positioning, Facebook and more!
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