The market tends to look its best at a peak, and companies their strongest before a fall -- so watch how much faith you put in predictions.
US stocks are poised to open higher Monday following a solid rebound in Japan's benchmark index and despite weak Chinese data.
Don't confuse 'tech' with 'growth' -- these names are downright ugly.
JA Solar is downgraded to 'sell,' and Joy Global is downgraded to 'neutral.'
None of these names would be problematic in a more hospitable environment.
Stocks are lower, putting the Dow in jeopardy of ending its streak of winning Tuesdays after 20 straight weeks.
The company announced Tuesday that it would buy the digital marketer ExactTarget for $2.5 billion in cash.
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The tech giant surprised Taiwanese manufacturers when it unveiled the first full-size iPad for $499.
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