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Jim discusses GE, Citigroup's earnings, Facebook's update to its news feed update, and our price target for Activision.
Hitchings, with 32 years of experience, will support Genworth's market-leading HFA segment
Investors in Genworth Financial, Inc. saw new options begin trading today, for the March 2nd expiration.
Investors in Genworth Financial, Inc. saw new options begin trading this week, for the February 2018 expiration.
Partially offsets slowdown in overall housing market as rising home prices suppress demand from repeat homebuyers
Investors in Genworth Financial, Inc. saw new options become available today, for the January 2020 expiration.
The most recent short interest data has been released for the 10/31/2017 settlement date, which shows a 1,633,609 share increase in total short interest for Genworth Financial, Inc. , to 12,061,113, an increase of 15.67% since 10/13/2017.
Investors in Genworth Financial, Inc. saw new options become available today, for the December 29th expiration.
Jim Cramer is bullish on Exact Sciences, Cognizant Technology, MetLife, JPMorgan Chase and more.
Sentiment is critical to the next market move, says Jim Cramer. A little negativity is great news for the bulls.
Findings point to overwhelming confusion about who pays for care
Re-enforces firm's continued focus on technological infrastructure innovation
Two-thirds of Americans assume government will partially or fully pay for long term care services
President Donald Trump's decision to block Canyon Bridge Capital Partners LLP's $1.3 billion plan to acquire Lattice Semiconductor Corp. could trip a domino effect of dealmakers calling off pending transactions.
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