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After outperforming a flat S&P 500 by nearly 24% last year, General Electric Company has slightly underperformed the market in 2016.
The New York Stock Exchange on Wednesday said it was experiencing a critical technical issue that sent trading to other exchange venues in a subset of ticker symbols.
Home-improvement titan Home Depot posted first-quarter earnings results this week that showed just how much stronger its business is than that of many national retailers.
Boeing and Airbus are in the midst of ramping up production of their newest widebody offerings: the 787 Dreamliner for Boeing and the A350 for Airbus.
Shares of MGT Capital Investments Inc. plunged 23% in active morning trade, reversing an earlier intraday surge of 34%, putting it on track to snap a seven-session win streak.
Even though the number of people leaving traditional pay-television for streaming services or other options remained a relative trickle into 2014, the Q2 and Q3 numbers from that year made it look like the trend was taking hold.
In 2014, there were 7,923 mutual funds, not including funds that invest in other mutual funds.
The two largest publicly traded 3D printing companies, 3D SystemsCorporation and StratasysLtd.
Oil futures pared gains Wednesday after the U.S. Energy
Oil prices wavered Wednesday as weekly inventory data showed a surprise increase in crude stockpiles but robust demand for refined products like gasoline.
No one likes to pay taxes, and having to pay state income taxes as well as writing a check to the IRS for your federal tax bill adds insult to injury.
There are plenty of ways to profit on a stock's movement, beyond investing in the actual stock itself.
There aren't many reasons to love GoPro these days.
The pound surged nearly 1% Wednesday after a poll showed more Britons favor the U.K. staying in the European Union.
U.S. stocks opened slightly lower Wednesday as investors awaited minutes from the Federal Reserve's last policy meeting, which could hint at when the central bank might raise interest rates next.
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