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A disappointing quarter from Verizon was enough to pull the telecom industry and the rest of Wall Street into the red on Thursday.
Like Keynes, you've got to be able to change your mind when the facts change.
Stocks sink again in Thursday trading after crude oil closes under $51 a barrel.
A lot of people on Wall Street thought it would be difficult for American Express to survive without Costco, but Jim Cramer says it appears the company is thriving.
Stocks accelerate losses on Thursday morning as crude oil retreats from its highest level of the year.
Is the upside gap on AXP the start of a sustained move up?
The trading action remains quite tedious, though there are short-term opportunities out there.
American Express (AXP) reported higher-than-expected 2016 third quarter results late yesterday, prompting BofA/Merrill Lynch to raise its rating on the stock.
U.S. stocks moved lower Thursday amid inaction from the European Central Bank.
Stock futures hold higher on Thursday after the European Central Bank opts to leave its monetary policy unchanged.
As e-commerce continues to expand, online payment security is a top concern for merchants 1 and consumers 2, according to a new report from American Express (NYSE: AXP).
Earnings of $1.20 a share beat the 97-cent analyst estimate, and the card issuer increased its full-year profit forecast to as much as $5.75 a share.
Here are Thursday's top research calls, including upgrades for American Express, Expedia, Kinder Morgan and Vail Resorts, and a downgrade for AMC Networks.
The lack of movement is causing great frustration for many market players.
American Express (AXP) posted 2016 third-quarter results that were above analysts' expectations after the market close.
American Express Company (NYSE:AXP) today reported third-quarter diluted earnings per share of $1.
U.S. stock futures turn mixed; Yahoo!'s adjusted earnings top forecasts but revenue falls 14% in the third quarter; Intel guides to fourth-quarter revenue below consensus.
On Wednesday, October 19, investors will get quarterly results from Morgan Stanley and remarks from a number of Federal Reserve officials.
While American Express has been doing some good things as of late, investors are still skeptical heading into earnings.
CEO Charles Scharf will be succeeded by former American Express president Alfred Kelly, who says the company's strategy won't change.
Jim Cramer explains what to look for when American Express reports earnings on Wednesday.
Visa (V) CEO Charlie Scharf will resign in December after four years leading the company to spend time with his family. That is fine, said TheStreet's Jim Cramer.
The resignation of Charlie Scharf doesn't change our outlook on Visa.
Goldman Sachs and Netflix were rising premarket following strong quarterly results.
American Express (AXP) is set to report its 2016 third quarter results after Wednesday's market close.
American Express (NYSE: AXP) today announced the launch of Amex for Developers, a new portal providing a single point of access to company APIs and developer resources in such categories as payment services, customized...
American Express (NYSE:AXP) today announced its largest and longest running campaign yet to connect Card Members with their favorite small businesses.