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3 Luxury Retail Stocks Got Crushed by Today's News

A stunningly-quick rise in COVID-19 cases and the earliest bits of economic data paint a bleak picture.

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Interactive Brokers' Trading Volume More Than Doubles Year Over Year

Panic selling -- and the occasional buying -- is benefiting the online stock brokerage.

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Report: AMC Entertainment Creditors Hire Restructuring Lawyers

Coping with a complete shutdown of its business, the cinema chain operator might soon have another big headache to contend with.

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Canopy Growth Names 2 New Board Members

The pair are seasoned executives with years of experience in Canadian companies.

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Why 3D Printing Stocks Sank Today

A "very, very painful" two weeks begin with two days of sell-offs in stocks.


Shake Shack Launches At-Home Shackburger Kits for DIY Cooking

The restaurant chain adds another ordering choice during the COVID-19 outbreak.


Vail Resorts Pauses Its Dividend and Announces Widespread Furloughs

The ski resort giant is aiming to preserve cash as the vacation and travel industries endure significant disruptions.

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Why Alphabet, Snap, and Splunk All Went Kerplunk Today

A "very, very painful" two weeks begin with two days of sell-offs in stocks.

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Carnival Boosts Its Bond Offering After a Red-Hot Investor Response

Bond purchasers overbooked the cruise giant’s debt offering by a factor of five.

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Comcast, Lowe's, and Expedia: 3 Stocks That Got Torpedoed by Analysts Today

Kick a stock while it's down, why don't'cha?

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HSBC Cancels Remaining 2020 Dividends

The banking giant is also halting repurchases of its ordinary shares.

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Toyota's North America March Sales Plummet by More Than 30% Due to Coronavirus

March is when things collapsed for the world's largest automaker.


Rubicon Project and Telaria Combine, Forming the Largest Independent Sell-Side Ad Tech Company

The newly minted tech company has its sights set on the massive opportunity in connected TV.

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Why Real Estate Stocks Plunged Wednesday

The COVID-19 coronavirus pandemic is crushing the spring housing market.

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Why Shares of Chipotle, Shake Shack, and Texas Roadhouse Fell Today

Extended closures from the coronavirus outbreak seem likely.

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Trump to Meet With U.S. Oil CEOs to Discuss Aid for the Industry

A serious oversupply of crude combined with plunging global demand is devastating the U.S. oil patch.


Why Retailers' Shares Got Clobbered Today

If you think March was bad, wait till you see April.

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Why Shares of Boeing Lost Nearly Half Their Value in March

Is the commercial aerospace up-cycle over?

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It Rallied Late, but Roku Stock Was Still Down 23% in March

Once Roku's mystery seller was identified, the stock soared. And that's the direction this should head long term.

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Stock Market Wrap-Up: Here's How Badly the Coronavirus Hit This Key Industry

The market suffered another big drop Wednesday.