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Wouldn't it be nice to head back to March 9, 2009 -- the nadir of the stock market's Great Recession collapse -- and double down on all of your holdings? Everything was on sale back then.
If you've been saving aggressively for retirement, and expect to have all the money you need in your golden years, bravo! That's no small feat -- especially with healthcare alone now expected to cost a typical retired couple as much as $200,000 or more throughout their retirement.
Target on Wednesday reported a lower-than-expected increase in sales at established stores as consumers spent more on big-ticket purchases like homes and cars than on discretionary items like apparel, a major source of revenue for department stores.
Staples, whose merger with Office Depot was blocked last week by a federal judge, said profit fell 30% as same-store sales declined in the latest quarter.
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Microsoft Corp. is selling its entry-level feature phone assets to FIH Mobile and HMD Global for $350 million, the U.S. tech giant said early Wednesday.
Lowe's Companies Inc. on Wednesday posted same-store sales and quarterly profit figures that were ahead of Wall Street's targets.
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Last month, Verizon Communications ponied up nearly $160 million to acquire just under 25% of small, specialist video production studio AwesomenessTV.
Oil futures edged lower on Wednesday, off 2016 highs hit in the previous session, as the impact of unplanned supply disruptions from Nigeria and Canada were tempered by rising supplies from elsewhere.
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Lowe’s reported a 1Q profit of $0.98 per share, topping the estimate for $0.85. Revenue of $15.2 billion, also beat the estimate for $14.87 billion.
Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump said on Tuesday that sweeping financial reforms put in place under President Barack Obama were harming the economy and he would dismantle nearly all of them.
China's benchmark stock index closed at the lowest level in 2-1/2 months on Wednesday, after comments from Federal Reserve officials rekindled prospects of a U.S. interest rate rise as early as June.
Japan's economy expanded at the fastest pace in a year in the first quarter, thanks in part to a leap year consumption boost, but analysts say the rebound is not strong enough to dispel concerns over a contraction this quarter.
Rail services in and out of New York City's Grand Central Terminal will be suspended for the morning commute on Wednesday, a day after a fire under a section of elevated track in Manhattan interrupted the evening rush hour, officials said.
The Philadelphia 76ers landed their first No. 1 overall draft pick in 20 years on Tuesday at the NBA’s Draft Lottery. Philadelphia have endured a dreadful three-year stretch that was a part of a rebuilding plan to restock the franchise with top picks.
FedEx Corp.'s planned $4.8 billion takeover of Dutch parcel company TNT Express NV will settle on May 25, ending a merger process that's been more than a year under way.