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Stocks ended higher Monday on the last day of the worst December since 1931 for the Dow and the worst year in a decade.
U.S. stock futures are rising sharply on the last trading day of 2018, after Donald Trump tweets that 'big progress' is being made in trade talks between the U.S. and China; Amazon reportedly is planning an expansion of Whole Foods stores; Verizon and Disney avoid a Fios blackout.
ESPN and other Disney content was to be cut from Fios TV by Dec. 31.
Disney has been running ads warning Fios customers they could miss the Rose Bowl if an agreement isn't reached.
Net neutrality is back in the news, and it's about to change your life.
U.S. stock futures pull back sharply on Thursday, a day after the Dow Jones Industrial Average records its largest daily point gain in history; some economic data won't be issued because of the government shutdown, which has entered its sixth day; JPMorgan to pay $135 million in a settlement with the SEC.
Pundits say privacy is under assault, while politicians claim new regulations and walls around existing violators will help. They are both wrong, and one company in particular could benefit from changes.
And we should come back down again after any rally.
Focus on high-quality dividend payers as we move toward a possible yield-curve inversion and U.S. recession.
Verizon falls Wednesday after Morgan Stanley downgrades shares of the telecommunications giant to equal weight from overweight.
Google, Verizon and Tech ETF's are just some of the top stories from TheStreet.
What makes Armour Residential REIT attractive is an investment portfolio implicitly guaranteed by the government and a substantial dividend yield.
Stocks are mixed Tuesday as Donald Trump and top Democratic leaders clash over border security.
About 10,4000 Verizon employees agreed to accept buyouts from the company under headcount reduction program that will end in June 2019.
Apple legal issues, Verizon labor cutbacks and Facebook buybacks are just some of the top stories on TheStreet. Here's what you're missing.
Most of the stocks leading the market have one thing in common.
The tech giant reportedly plans to wait until 2020 to launch 5G iPhones. That fits with its historical hardware strategy, but also spells more pressure to pack other compelling features into its 2019 iPhones.
Quora is in the process of notifying users after it discovered more than 100 million accounts were accessed by hackers.
Verizon's announcement of a 5G network that smartphone users will be able to tap into in the first half of 2019 should boost the prospects of AXT and Nokia.
Apple may have a good reason to wait until 2020 to introduce its 5G phone offering.
SIM cards are used in smartphones and store valuable data.
Shares of Verizon Communications fall Monday after JPMorgan Chase downgrades the telecommunications giant to neutral from overweight.
Jim Cramer looks for stocks that have potential, especially if trade and tariff woes out of the G-20 meeting stir up volatility.
Jim Cramer takes a look at DowDuPont, AT&T, Home Depot, New York Mortgage Trust, Nio, Abbott Laboratories, Nielsen and more.
The most recent short interest data has been released for the 11/15/2018 settlement date, and we here at Dividend Channel like to sift through this fresh data and order the underlying components of the Dow Jones Industrial Average by "days to cover." There are a number of ways to look at short data, for example the total number of shares short; but one metric that we find particularly useful is the "days to cover" metric because it considers both the total shares short and the average daily volume of shares typically traded. The number of shares short is then compared to the average daily volume, in order to calculate the total number of trading days it would take to close out all of the open short positions if every share traded represented a short position being closed.
Verizon broke out of a major pattern and is set to climb still higher going forward.
A slower housing market and increased competition give us pause about buying the shares of ADT Inc.
Jim Cramer says most - but not all - stocks are in a bear market. He talks about what's happening with Clorox, Coca-Cola, Verizon, Apple and more.
In a bear market the same pieces of news, perhaps weaker sales or perhaps tariffs, keep taking it down.
The most valuable U.S. sports rights are generally locked up for at least a few years. Successfully bidding for Fox's regional sports networks would give Amazon a way around this issue.
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