Stocks getting a boost to end the week on the back of a big jobs report. Plus – yes you know it was coming – Bitcoin. We break down it’s biggest week, and why ‘cold storage’ is the new buzz word. And – Washington will be back in the fore next week – we have the three big things, to watch out for. Plus
Amazon (AMZN) is rallying on news the “Amazon Effect” is alive and well. United Natural Foods (UNFI), the food distributor whose largest customer is Amazon’s Whole Foods, said it is “continuing to see record sales and shipping unit volume” and incurred $25 million in additional out-of-stock costs as
Broadcom (AVGO) shares are higher after the chip maker beat on earnings, thanks to sales of smartphone parts, and increased its dividend. This comes as Broadcom is trying to convince shareholders to back its $100 billion takeover of rival Qualcomm (QCOM). Shares of General Electric (GE) are rising
Stocks fighting for gains here as a beaten down tech sector rebounds. Plus – as tech tries to rebound the Dow’s been hanging tough. Check out the chart here – even on a day Alan Greenspan takes a swipe at it. Catch The Final Round at 3:55 p.m. with Jen Rogers with Yahoo Finance Editor-in-Chief Andy
Home Depot (HD) shares are off slightly after the home improvement retailer reaffirmed full-year guidance, detailed a three-year investment strategy and announced plans to bump up its share buyback program to $15 billion. The war of the tech titans escalates, with Google (GOOGL) pulling YouTube access
Stocks can't get going as the tax bill rally party fades into a market hangover. Plus - tech fighting for a gains on a week today. Can 2017's top trade get back on track?
Shares of Toll Brothers (TOL) are sliding after reporting profits and revenue that missed expectations. The luxury home builder also forecast a decline in gross margins for 2018, in part because the company is targeting millennials with lower priced homes. Toll Brothers stock is still up nearly 50%
Stocks getting another boost as the Senate squeaks tax reform through, but is now the right time for fiscal stimulus? Plus, there’s lots of optimism on the Street for tax reform, but the evidence is growing that- corporate tax cuts don’t work for Main Street. We explain. And, CVS buys Aetna in a mega
Aetna (AET) shares are popping after CVS announced plans to acquire the health insurer for about $69 billion in cash and stock, or about $207 per share. The vertical merger is likely to come under antitrust scrutiny, especially after the administration’s recent moves on the AT&T (T) and Time Warner
2017 brought change to the daily fantasy sports business. DraftKings and FanDuel called off their merger, FanDuel's CEO left the company, and both companies have changed. Here's the industry outlook for 2018.
Markets (^DJI, ^GSPC, ^IXIC) fell sharply on Friday after ABC reported former national security adviser Michael Flynn will testify that he was directed by Trump to talk to Russians.
Tech stocks — the darlings of the market this year — got hammered yesterday, with the S&P 500’s tech sector (XLK) reporting one of its worst trading days of the year. Will investors buy the tech dip? When tech sold off in June and again in September, investors were ready to pounce.
It’s a wild day in the markets. The Dow is jumping, as tech sells off—big time. And the great rotation is here from tech to financials—is it just a short term blip? Plus, we talk Bitcoin’s wild ride to 11,000, and the how the Fed wants a piece. We explain. Catch The Final Round at 3:55 p.m. with Jen
Regal Entertainment (RGC) shares higher after the theater operator confirmed it’s in talks with its UK peer Cineworld Group for a potential buyout. Autodesk (ADSK) shares are tanking after reporting profits and revenue roughly in line with estimates, but announcing a massive restructuring plan that
Stocks jumping here to all-time highs as tax reform pushed through the Capitol, and Fed Chair nominee Powell gives traders what they want to hear. And – bitcoin blasting off towards 10,000 – can anything knock traders off from this top trade? Plus – why 2018 setting up as a perfect storm for investors
The most important chart you need to know today is the yield curve. Over the past year, short-term rates have surged while long-term rates have held steady, sending the yield curve to its flattest levels in a decade. Now Morgan Stanley analysts predict the curve will be completely flat by 2018.
Stocks are hovering at all time highs on Cyber Monday, as two diverging tales unfold on Wall Street. Plus, Cyber Monday is well underway and breaking records, as Amazon and Walmart battle for online supremacy. Catch The Final Round at 3:55 p.m. with Jen Rogers and Yahoo Finance markets correspondent
Meanwhile, retailers like Best Buy (BBY), Gap (GPS) and JCPenney (JCP) are trading higher on some positive early Black Friday results. JCPenney’s website saw the most visits of any day so far this year. Shares of Time Inc. (TIME) are surging after Meredith (MDP) said it struck a deal to buy Time for
Stocks slipping here as the Fed signals concern ahead. Plus, can things get any worse for Uber? Yes, they can. We have the latest. And Moody’s Analytics Chief Economist Mark Zandi tells us why now is the worst time for tax cuts. Plus, retailers have had enough. Why they’re breaking up with Black Friday
Hewlett Packard Enterprise (HPE) announced Meg Whitman will step down as CEO effective February 1. She will be replaced by current President Antonio Neri and both Whitman and Neri will be on the board. Whitman said in a statement, “Now is the right time for Antonio and a new generation of leaders to