List/Grid Monthly Archives: January 2017

The wearable craze isn’t dead yet

The wearable craze isn’t dead yet

Wearables—smartwatches, fitness trackers, and other portable personal technology—have beendeclared deadat least a dozen times in their relatively short lives. Adding fuel to that fire is a disappointing earnings report on… Read more »

The Margin: Budweiser: No correlation between this Super Bowl ad and Trump’s immigration ban

The Margin: Budweiser: No correlation between this Super Bowl ad and Trump’s immigration ban

Anheuser-Busch is wading into turbulent political waters this weekend with a Super Bowl commercial that tells the tale of founder Adolphus Busch and his journey as an immigrant from Germany… Read more »

The one scenario where it could make sense to pay your taxes on a credit card

The one scenario where it could make sense to pay your taxes on a credit card

In recent months, credit card companies have offered some of the most generous rewards points offers ever, from Chase’s popular Sapphire Reserve card to the new Amazon AMZN, -1.11%  … Read more »

Need to Know: The Trump travel-ban selloff may just be the tip of the iceberg

Need to Know: The Trump travel-ban selloff may just be the tip of the iceberg

Traders begging for nonpresidential drivers may get exactly that today, thanks to Apple and the start of a Fed meeting. “This week was supposed to be dominated by central banks’… Read more »

Market Extra: Volatile biotech trade illustrates Trump’s ability to shift sentiment on a dime

Market Extra: Volatile biotech trade illustrates Trump’s ability to shift sentiment on a dime

WASHINGTON, DC – JANUARY 30: U.S. President Donald Trump delivers remarks at the beginning of a meeting with small business people in the Roosevelt Room at the White House January… Read more »

Politics And The Stock Market – Cramer's Mad Money (1/30/17)

Politics And The Stock Market – Cramer's Mad Money (1/30/17)

Stocks discussed on the in-depth session of Jim Cramer’s Mad Money TV Program, Monday, January 30. “Politics and money do mix, they just don’t mix all that easily when it… Read more »

London Markets: FTSE 100 ends in the red, notches drop for January

London Markets: FTSE 100 ends in the red, notches drop for January

U.K. stocks closed lower Tuesday, locking in a monthly loss, weighed down in part by a jump in the British pound, though gains by miners helped limit the drop. The… Read more »

Market Extra: 6 ways Europe could trigger market turmoil in 2017

Market Extra: 6 ways Europe could trigger market turmoil in 2017

U.S. President Donald Trump may be getting most of the attention globally, but there are several potential political and economic crises brewing in Europe that investors would be wise not… Read more »

10 best, 10 worst U.S. stocks in January

10 best, 10 worst U.S. stocks in January

The Trump rally might be fading, with the S&P 500 Index down for the fourth straight day Tuesday, but the benchmark index SPX, -0.39%  has returned 7.1% from the close… Read more »

The Technical Indicator: Market bears fire shot across the bow, S&P 500 ventures under the breakout point

The Technical Indicator: Market bears fire shot across the bow, S&P 500 ventures under the breakout point

The major U.S. stock benchmarks are concluding January on the defensive, selling off respectably from record territory. In the process, the S&P 500 is rattling the cage on significant support… Read more »

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