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Airlines take a stand against immigrant crisis

Airlines take a stand against immigrant crisis

President Trump officially reversed his argument that the office of the president has no authority to stop separations of undocumented immigrant families, signing an executive order on Wednesday afternoon to keep families together at the border due ..

Netflix shares surge to all-time high

Netflix shares surge to all-time high

Netflix Inc. (NASDAQ: NFLX) shares surged to an all-time high on Thursday after a strong growth in the past month. The company shares gained 20 percent in the past month alone, pushing shares to $394.04.Netflix shares have now gained 104.99 percent ..

Financials and Energy Bump Up the Stock Market

Financials and Energy Bump Up the Stock Market

The Dow on May 9 went up for the fifth consecutive day and the wider stock market zoomed up due to positives in technology, energy, and financials stocks. The S&P 500 went up y 25.87 points to touch 2,697.79. This is a one percent gain with abou..

Stock Markets Opened Lower

Stock Markets Opened Lower

Stocks in the United States ended south on Thursday April 19th, and opened lower Friday. The losses were led by technology, consumer staples, and real estate shares. Disappointments have bugged investors, with the corporate earnings results best cal..

US Stock Markets and Earnings Influence

US Stock Markets and Earnings Influence

Come April second week, the stock markets will be influenced by corporate revenues, management, and profits. This will make a break from the long-time influencers like big technology and trade tensions. The first off the block will be JP Morgan Chas..

Escalating Trade Tensions Leads China to Threaten with New Tariffs

Escalating Trade Tensions Leads China to Threaten with New Tariffs

China warned on Friday that it would fight back “at any cost” with countermeasures in response to the U.S.’s tariffs, after President Donald Trump threatened to increase tariffs on Chinese goods by an additional $100 billion.&ldquo..

Wall Street Analyst says buy Amazon Despite Trump's Attacks

Wall Street Analyst says buy Amazon Despite Trump's Attacks

U.S. President Donald Trump continued his frenzy of attacks against Amazon.com Inc. (NASDAQ: AMZN) on Tuesday, tweeting that Amazon is costing the United States Post Office massive amounts of money. Trump’s tweets caused Amazon shares to slide..