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People love their Costco membership.
Earnings and hopes for a tax plan help lift the markets. Portfolio moves include exiting a utility position.
Could the situation change if Amazon opens brick and mortar locations?
The wholesale retailer is one of the few in the space that can succeed vs. e-commerce competition, Barclays analyst Karen Short noted.
Here are Friday's top research calls, including an upgrade for Costco and new coverage of McDonald's, GW Pharma and Kinder Morgan.
One Wall Street analyst weighs in.
Positive earnings from Dow component American Express brings a spring to Wall Street's step on Thursday and drives the bulk of gains on benchmark indexes.
Consumer spending looks OK, judging by the earnings from several financials.
Revenue fell 2%, but still beat Wall Street's expectations of $7.8 billion. Excluding the effects of losing the Costco branded-card deal, it actually rose.
More rewards, more spending; a pretty simple equation for American Express.
So far, the biggest in whatever sectors have benefited the most from his presidency.
Banks kick off earnings season while market concerns take an international focus. Portfolio moves include a downgrade of a tech stock.
We are upgrading C to a One and raising the price target to $66.
Jim Cramer says Whole Foods has historically played the long game, much to its peril on Wall Street.
Political negatives keep popping up, forcing us to rethink the Trump trade, says Jim Cramer.
This one is long overdue.
The goal of everyone in the food business is to kill it.
Jim Cramer calls out the greatest American companies you probably never even think about.
This new product makes all sorts of sense.
Whole Foods is no longer the dominant force in organics.
Syria missile strike and U.S. jobs report cap a rugged week for markets. We make several portfolio moves, including a downgrade.
No, people aren't suddenly deciding they want to go back to shopping at the mall, says Jim Cramer.
Wall Street give back the bulk of the day's gains on Thursday on worries over how President Donald Trump will handle the situation in Syria and relations with China.
Stocks give back gains on Thursday afternoon as Donald Trump prepares to meet with China's President Xi Jinping for a two-day summit.