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Stocks finish mixed on Wednesday amid a sharp decline in IBM shares.
TheStreet's founder and Action Alerts PLUS Portfolio Manager Jim Cramer weighs in on Wednesday's trending topics.
Jim Cramer and our other experts look at banks, three sections to trade, and REITs.
Rotational action is the main theme Wednesday and good opportunities are out there.
Market reactions have ranged anywhere from lackluster to outright negative. What gives?
Morgan Stanley says first-quarter profit surges 38% as price swings returned to global markets following an unusually calm 2017.
U.S. stock futures rise modestly; IBM tumbles after it reports a weaker-than-expected profit margin; the NTSB says the blown engine on a Southwest plane had 'metal fatigue.'
Global stocks edged higher Wednesday as traders continued to focus on the strength of the U.S. corporate earnings season and fret over the fate of global economic growth amid an uncertain future for U.S. trade agreements.
Goldman Sachs says first-quarter profit surged 26% as price swings returned to global markets following an unusually calm 2017.
Washington receded and earnings came to the fore, but we're still seeing insane values and some surprises, says Jim Cramer.
Stocks rise Monday as concerns over prolonged military action in Syria fade and the focus for investors shifts to a heavy upcoming slate of U.S. corporate earnings.
U.S. equity futures gave back earlier gains Monday even as investor concern over prolonged military action in Syria faded following weekend missile strikes in reaction to an alleged chemicals weapons attack last week in the city of Douma.
Bank of America's corporate tax rate fell after passage of President Donald Trump's fiscal-stimulus law in late 2017.
U.S. stock futures are rising Monday as concerns over prolonged military action in Syria fade; Bank of America and Netflix report earnings on Monday; Former FBI Director James Comey says Donald Trump 'morally unfit' to be president; WPP CEO Martin Sorrell quits.
President Trump is creating a level of uncertainty that breeds selling. But Jim Cramer has your game plan for next week.
JPMorgan CEO Jamie Dimon has touted the benefits of Trump's tax cuts as providing tax relief for the middle class, but the new law, which the bank lobbied for, is also delivering a windfall to its own bottom line.
Like Wall Street rival JPMorgan Chase, Citigroup benefits from Trump's tax cuts as its corporate rate drops.
Stock markets are seeing bigger fluctuations this year amid speculation over signs of accelerating inflation, the pace of Federal Reserve rate increases and U.S. trade tensions with China. That's a relief for JPMorgan and other Wall Street firms following a bout of unusually calm -- and less lucrative -- trading conditions in 2017.
5 things you need to know: U.S. stock futures surge on Tuesday, after Chinese President Xi Jinping pledges to open more sectors to foreign companies; Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg is scheduled to address Congress about the Cambridge Analytica scandal and more. Watch now!
Looking for opportunities in this volatile market? You might want to start with the stocks that could withstand a trade war with China.
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Thanks to the stock market correction many world-class stocks are back down to attractive levels.
Morgan Stanley (NYSE:MS) will announce its first quarter 2018 financial results on Wednesday, April 18, 2018, at approximately 7 a.
The New York Fed named Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco chief John Williams as its next president, touting his monetary-policy expertise despite criticism over his supervision of Wells Fargo and calls for a woman or minority candidate to fill the post.
Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco President John Williams, reported to be the top pick to replace the retiring head of the New York Fed, failed to stop widespread customer abuses at Wells Fargo, the public-interest group Better Markets alleges.
Tesla CEO Elon Musk sure has an odd sense of humor. Investors return after a long holiday weekend with news of China tariffs on U.S. goods.
According to Goldman Sachs analysts, first-quarter bank earnings are set to beat Wall Street's expectations when they begin rolling out April 13.
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