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There’s sharp gains in the semiconductor sector and investors will keep a close attention to what is said about the issues to drive the sector higher. Josh Lipton has more.
Bob Pisani is at the New York Stock Exchange and gives us a recap of what has been working with investors so far this year and which sectors are at new highs.
Esports organization Gen.G announced Wednesday it has raised $46 million in a funding round led by some big names in sports and entertainment.
Tech giant Apple and Qualcomm have settled a legal dispute over royalties and patents, and it has Wall Street analysts buzzing over the chipmaker’s prospects moving forward.
BMO Capital Markets upgraded Walt Disney stock Wednesday as the media content giant looks to open two “Star Wars”-theme park attractions, launch its own streaming service and possibly restart its buyback program.
Shares of Lyft fall for a second straight day, this time after an analyst raised concern over the ride-hailing company’s valuation.
Bank of America Merrill Lynch’s survey of roughly 200 global fund managers is often a contrarian indicator.
Tyler Mathisen reports that Jack Bogle, Vanguard founder and creator of the index fund, has passed away at the age of 89.
High-quality companies with low debt loads will pace a stock market set for a substantial gain in 2019, according to Goldman Sachs strategists.
As the U.S.-China trade war intensifies, investors are scrambling to find stocks that offer shelter from the storm. These traders have four stock picks that could provide insulation from those trade concerns.
The bears devoured the Apple trade this week, but one technician isn’t sweating the sell-off.
UBS says the battered stock is primed for a turnaround with CEO Larry Culp at the helm.
Prominent investor Mark Mobius said Monday that he sees the recent correction deepening if Republicans lose control in Congress next week.
Rates are surging and stocks like J.P. Morgan Chase and Goldman Sachs would make great additions to a portfolio in times like these, if history is any indication.
Interest rates are on the rise, spooking investors who fear the trend will make the economy sluggish and increase costs for companies. But history says there are ways to profit in this environment.