Stock news this week: Jobs report; ExxonMobil's big meeting; Earnings season winds down
While President Trump sees himself as the savior of coal, his most senior economic aide doesn't look like he's jumping on the coal train.
Mark Zuckerberg touted the idea of universal basic income during his commencement address at Harvard on Thursday.
Who doesn't want to eat some burgers and drink some beer during the summer? So is it any surprise that McDonald's and other food and beverage stocks are now trading at record highs just before the long Memorial Day weekend?
Wall Street has brushed off worries about the Trump rally coming to an end. The bull market is once again alive and well as investors focus less on political drama and more on strong earnings and global economic growth.
OPEC and Russia want to mop up the massive oil glut keeping a lid on prices. So far, their strategy isn't working.
The US economy only grew 1.2% in the first quarter of 2017, according to a new estimate published by the Commerce Department Friday.
The British pound took a drubbing on Friday after an opinion poll showed that Prime Minister Theresa May's lead has narrowed sharply.
Remember the jokes about Best Buy being Amazon's showroom? That's no longer the case. Best Buy is thriving thanks to solid sales of video games and phones. The stock is now trading at its highest level since 2006.
President Trump wants to allow Big Oil to "drill, baby, drill" in Alaska's fragile Arctic wildlife refuge.