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U.S. stock futures rise modestly on Wednesday, after Wall Street slumped Monday following Donald Trump's continued attacks on the Federal Reserve.
Both stocks are in bear-market territory. Here's what the charts say to do now.
Online sales have topped $110 billion to date, according to Adobe Analytics, with companies like Amazon leading the charge. But others are holding their own with click-and-collect sales.
Some general ideas of what stocks we think can be bought in the event of a market-wide selloff.
Let's take a look at the charts and indicators now.
The market needs the Fed to do the right thing on Wednesday.
Kroger is rolling out grocery delivery with autonomous vehicles in Scottsdale, Ariz.
- Q3 share repurchases increase 57.7% year over year to a record $203.8 billion
There are reasons why e-commerce has only made a modest dent in the traditional grocery market so far.
COST reported the firm's Q1 results on Thursday night.
The action on Friday may test Costco bulls as the stock could be dancing around a key support level again.
How to stop an economic calamity while the rest of the planet goes into hibernation? Not easy.
Jim Cramer weighs in on Walmart, AES, IBM and more.
Conflicting data about the economy should give the Federal Reserve pause.
Some probably see the dominant position held by Netflix as positive. My thought there is that the perch is precarious.
As Draghi pulls the rug out from under continued expansion of money supply, he will have to sound very dovish in doing so.
How much can you make driving for Uber, Lyft or other ridesharing services? Not a whole heck of a lot.
It is now time, after the recent fall, to consider the current risks still associated with holding AAPL's shares.
Total e-commerce sales for holiday shopping have hit $80.3 billion from Nov. 1 through Dec. 6, nearly 19% year-over-year growth from 2017, according to newly released data from Adobe Analytics.
I have a core position in Amazon, trade Netflix occasionally, no longer invest in Alphabet, and never in Facebook.
Something important of note that does not seem to be getting a lot of air time in the media is threat of the fabled 'death cross'.
You have a situation where you might have the Fed be done for a big and the curve not get even more inverted.
Big tech could be better long-term. Pick wisely in retail. Hug consumer staples stalwarts. Be careful with banks.
Pain in the overall economy could drive more middle and upper class consumers to dollar stores.
Today, Walmart announced more than $4 million in support of the Colorado Workforce Development Council (CWDC).
In a new move to provide even more options for customers to shop the items they need, Walmart announced today that their store associates can now place item orders for customers from Walmart.
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