Stock markets around the world sank after the U.K. voted to leave the EU. Bank stocks got hit particularly hard and investors flocked to U.S. bonds and gold. Is this another 2008 or just a temporary blip?
The tragedy at the Pulse nightclub in Orlando sent shares of Smith & Wesson and Sturm, Ruger skyrocketing. Investors may be betting on a spike in gun sales if lawmakers once again press for tougher gun control laws.
Microsoft is buying LinkedIn for more than $26 billion, a nearly 50% premium. But LinkedIn's stock is still well off its highs after warning about earnings growth. Still, investors seem to be betting on more social media mergers. Twitter and Yelp both rallied too.
Consumers are not shopping until they drop. Retail sales have been sluggish and that's bad news for companies like The Gap, Macy's and Walmart. But there's one retailer doing just fine. Amazon is at an all-time high.
Despite the scandalous departure of CEO Darren Huston, Priceline's shares aren't exactly tanking. The reason? Wall Street cares more about who's on the bench than CEO scandals.
Shares of Whole Foods have lost nearly 50% of their value since the end of 2013. It may get worse. A Wall Street analyst downgraded the stock after finding shoppers still think the food is overpriced.
Investors are worried that iPhone sales could fall year-over-year for the first time ever due to worries about China and sluggish demand for the 6s in the U.S. Is Apple too dependent on the iPhone?
Yes, the company known mainly for its Shape-ups is surging. Shares of Skechers are trouncing Nike, Under Armour and Adidas this year thanks to strong sales and profits.
The struggling diet company is getting a much needed boost from Oprah Winfrey. She's buying a 10% stake, becoming a Weight Watchers member and joining the company's board.