President Donald Trump on Friday claimed his latest round of import tariffs on Chinese goods will force China to pay "$100 billion" to the U.S. Treasury. In fact, the burden of higher tariffs will ultimately fall on American consumers.
Apple shares have slid steadily amid tumultuous U.S. trade negotiations with China, as investors fear CEO Tim Cook's warning earlier this year about iPhone sales in China may yet come true.
Tesla's mass market growth may hurt the brand's appeal and diminish demand for its cars, Morgan Stanley said on Friday.
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New tariffs kicked in at midnight just as the markets had feared, but stocks are hanging in there just fine.
Chevron walks away from its deal to buy Anadarko with a $1 billion breakup fee and its "hard-won" reputation for capital discipline intact.
Two closely followed billionaire investors are shaking off the trade war drama.
The popularity of so-called strategic beta investment vehicles could be waning as new products launch at a slower pace and pressure to lower fees increases, says Morningstar analyst Ben Johnson.
Uber is expected to go public later this week in one of the most anticipated initial public offerings in recent memory. However, the company has lost millions in the last two years.
Two prominent market voices squared off over cryptocurrencies in a debate that ended with a bet over a T-shirt.
Shares of Ohio-based automaker Workhorse jumped after a tweet from President Trump.
Amazon's core two-day shipping offering has been cut in half, while the company also posted better-than-expected earnings. Four experts weigh in on their main takeaways from the company's quarter.
National Economic Council Director Larry Kudlow said Friday the strength of the U.S. economy gives it leverage over China as the two countries try to iron out a trade deal.
Names on the move ahead of the open.
The plan would weaken the French government's stake in Renault.
Jim Cramer says the barrage of IPOs flooding the market are looking frothy, adding that it could be a sign of irrational exuberance.
Cramer weighs in on which celebrity stock-pickers he's betting on to win, and offers tips for at-home investors to play along.
Starbucks shares rose after the company's earnings beat, despite a slightly weaker-than-expected sales.
Vanguard Group said it plans to allocate a fraction of its vast voting powers to outside fund supervisors.
An earnings beat has Facebook shares flying. Three experts give their take on the quarter.