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MasterCard CEO 'Bullish' on Trump Economy Despite Wall Street Jitters

Mastercard Stock Rises After Second-Quarter Revenue Jumps 36%

Mastercard's revenue soars 36% in the second quarter to $4.5 billion.

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Citrix Systems Stock Sinks as Outlook Misses Expectations

Citrix forecasts full-year results below Wall Street expectations.

Consortium Of Facebook, Chinese Companies Pulls Out Of Bid To Build Undersea Internet Cable Between Hong Kong And US, Citing Washington's Concerns

Premarket Movers Thursday: Facebook, PayPal, Ford, Didi, Citrix

Stocks moving in premarket trading Thursday include Facebook, PayPal, Ford, Didi Global and Citrix Systems.

Here's What Your Credit Score Is According to an Experian Executive

What's Fact and What's Fiction When It Comes to Your Credit Score

It may seem like credit bureaus know it all about you, but not everything shows up on your credit report. Here's the truth about how things like divorce and roommates affect your score.

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Robinhood IPO Debut Highlights Value, Controversy in Online Broker Business

From a Stanford University dorm room idea to a $32 billion Nasdaq IPO, Robinhood co-founders Vlad Tenev and Baiju Bhatt continue to challenge Wall Street's grip on the retail investor.

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25 Great Value Stocks Poised for Big Gains

Real Money’s Paul Price says he believes value stocks still have room to run, and he has a list of his top 25 value picks.

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Didi Stock Surges on Report Ride-Hailing Giant Considering Going Private

Didi Global stock surges on reports the recently public ride-hailing giant is pondering going private to placate Chinese regulators and compensate investors.

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Royal Caribbean, Carnival, Norwegian Stocks: Cruising to Recovery?

Real Money contributor Jonathan Heller thinks one cruise line stock is really poised to rise, but he’s still cautious about the travel sector’s prospects.

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Ford Stock Leaps on Surprise Second-Quarter Profit, Bullish 2021 Outlook

'We are now spring-loaded for growth in the second half and beyond because of red-hot products, pent-up demand, and improving chip supply,' says Ford CEO Jim Farley.

Railcar Maker Greenbrier Reduces Fiscal-Year Guidance

Two Stocks to Survive the Pandemic With Insider Buying

Real Money contributor Bret Jensen says investors who are overweight the biotech sector should consider these stocks less likely to be affected by COVID volatility.