NEW YORK ( TheStreet) -- The S&P 500 shed nearly 5% in the two weeks following the news of President Obama's reelection, and a number of concerns have been cited for the sell-off.I wrote about the fiscal cliff last week in
The Nasdaq crossed 6,000 on Tuesday for the first time ever.
The online payments giant's deals with payment card giants are growing its customer base and spending activity. Deals with banks and tech giants could provide a lift going forward.
Apple isn't the biggest winner from Trump's plans for a tax holiday. These three stocks are. ...