Jim Cramer says Italy's referendum on Sunday on whether to streamline the national government could have broader implications for the country's participation in the EU.
Gold is holding steady in modest positive territory after the U.S. government reported employment gains last month in line with expectations.
The management transition at Starbucks will be fine at Starbucks because the incoming CEO knows technology, says Jim Cramer.
Sector rotation is behind the selloff in technology shares this week, not simply a fear of Trump's protectionism, says Jim Cramer.
Amazon.com has struggled since Trump's election, but will be a big winner in 2017, said Daniel Skelly, head of equity model portfolio solutions at Morgan Stanley Wealth Management.
Stocks were mostly higher after U.S. jobs gains in November solidified the chances of an interest rate hike in December.
Chevron and Pfizer will not just be big yielders in 2017, but big winners too, says Morgan Stanley's Dan Skelly.
With the outcome of Italy's referendum on political reform too close to call, it's difficult for the markets to price in risk.