Investors hoping that tax cuts and aggressive government spending plans will add another leg to the bull market likely are going to be disappointed, Morgan Stanley argues in an analysis that contends the end of big returns is near.
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The Dow Jones today jumped 200 points in pre-market trading, as bullish investors reacted to stellar earnings reports from Netflix Inc. (Nasdaq: NFLX) and Goldman Sachs Group Inc. (NYSE: GS). Markets are likely to continue to rise on what is expected to be the strongest earnings sea
Best Buy Inc. (BBY) is keeping its friends close and its enemies closer.
Shares of the electronics chain spiked nearly 4% Wednesday, April 18, after CEO Hubert Joly announced that the company has entered into a partnership with Amazon.com Inc. (AMZN) to sell televisions that are programme