|Day Low/High||364.49 / 371.34|
|52 Wk Low/High||176.55 / 423.21|
Stocks slide from recent highs but with little volatility in the action.
Comcast slumped Monday after the biggest U.S. cable group topped rivals Disney and Fox for the right to buy Britain's Sky but may struggle to convince shareholders to cash-in on the near $40 billion offer.
Comcast has outbid rivals Walt Disney 21st Century Fox for the right to buy the outstanding shares of Britain's Sky, the U.K. Takeover panel said Saturday.
S&P Dow Jones is overhauling the way it groups stocks into sectors, a move which will ease the influence of tech stocks in equity benchmarks and potentially unsettle the global ETF market.
Both Washington and Beijing could gum up AAPL's global business model.
Traders could return to the long side of Netflix on strength above $380 risking below $340.
Martellus Bennett sat down with TheStreet to talk about his life after football.
Volume will be huge -- and the movement in many stocks will seem quite random.
Comcast will face down rivals Disney and Fox for the final piece in a months-long, multi-billion dollar takeover battle to create a transatlantic media empire, but the three-round auction may not be the final act in the long-running drama to control Britain's Sky plc.
Jim Cramer says the fundamentals in the U.S. are good, and some stocks are still cheap. Keep calm and rally on.
For most of this year the market has been led by growth stocks.
Disney's ESPN+, its new direct-to-consumer streaming service, has reached over 1 million paid subscribers, and Comcast is making inroads in broadband and business services.
Comcast Corp., Walt Disney and 21st Century Fox will take their battle to own Britain's Sky plc into a one-day bidding contest that will determine the owner of Europe's most lucrative pay television broadcaster, regulators said Thursday.
Jim Cramer asks if you can recognize when you're getting needlessly greedy? Play by the rules if you want to stay in the game for the long run.
Some technology stocks are lagging in the portfolio Wednesday, but financials are outperforming.
Tesla is a mess; a bad second-quarter earnings report from FedEx continues to loom large; the bulls still have a good argument, however.
Jim Cramer says news on tariffs, FANG stocks, positive research, and the corporate outlook are fueling a stock market surprise.
Alphabet will team up with a car consortium to provide its Android operating system as the basis for vehicle infotainment systems, and Amazon will integrate Alexa into Audi's new fully electric E-tron SUV.
It explains a ton how you can rally on a day you would expect to be down.
Global fund managers continue to favor U.S. stocks over equity markets around the world, according to Bank of America Merrill Lynch's benchmark monthly survey, even as developments in Washington's trade war with Beijing create the most bearish outlook for the global economy in nearly seven years.
While 'low-risk' software and Internet companies are being richly valued, chipmakers and Chinese tech firms now sport attractive valuations.
William Li has built the perfect 21st century car company while Elon Musk struggles to overcome 'production hell.'
This is the firm that has created perhaps the most loyal customer base in history.
The cloud will, I believe, continue to differentiate Amazon from it's (if it really has any) peers.
The price action is positive and that is all that really matters.
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