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Tiffany hits an all-time high. Campbell's Soup rises on surprising profits. Plus we discussthe importance of Black Friday and first-hand experience with Jack-In-The-Box's late night menu.
Motley Fool Funds analyst Bill Barker returns from Dubai to discuss the local investing scene, China lowering interest rates, Europes monetary policy, and (of course) coffee.
James Early returns from his trip to discuss Chinas economy, investing in A shares, and why visitors should explore the country off the beaten path.
Lowes hits an all-time high. Target rises on a surprising quarterly profit. Plus we discuss the late-night menu driving Jack-In-The-Boxs strong sales and dip into the Fool Mailbag.
On todays show the guys break down earnings reports from TJX Companies and Home Depot. Plus they take a look at the deal between Allergan and Actavis, and what it all means for the future of Valeant Pharmaceuticals.
Halliburton buys Baker Hughes, but will Uncle Sam give the deal the green light? Facebook aims to take out LinkedIn with its new Facebook at Work service. Plus we discuss the worlds dwindling chocolate supply and search for a better name for Internet...
Hasbro is reportedly considering Dreamworks Animation as a new acquisition. Twitter hosts a day for analysts. Plus, we dip into the Fool Mailbag to discuss whether companies should be reporting earnings every quarter.
On todays show the guys discuss the latest fine levied against major banks. Plus they try to figure out what Yahoo! plans to do with its new purchase, how Macys can face the future, and if the US and China will really ever stop using coal.
Motley Fool Funds analyst Bill Barker weighs in on the latest market highs, whether secondary offerings are an automatic red flag for investors, and Alibabas surprising growth.
Why are WageWorks and Dominos Pizza overvalued? Why are Xoom and Thor Industries undervalued? Our analysts share their thoughts and two other stocks investors might be sleeping on.
On todays show the guys chat about earnings from some of their favorite companies including Tesla, Whole Foods, Solarcity and more.
Jim Gillies Week continues as he and Jeff Fischer take a look at the market post-midterm elections. Plus they analyze earnings from Activision Blizzard, Bridgepoint Education, and CaesarStone.
Alibaba delivers its first earnings report and Wall Street likes what it sees. Plus we analyze the latest results from Herbalife and Red Robin Gourmet Burgers.
Its a Mailbag Monday as we answer questions from our dozens of listeners. Topics include researching a company, dividend stocks, Qdoba vs. Chipotle, and more.
Veteran finance writer Jonathan Chevreau discusses investing in Canada and why the word retirement needs to be retired.
Fool Australia analyst Matt Joass discusses the investing landscape in Australia, ghost cities in China, and how American brands are viewed Down Under.
The price of oil is dropping. We analyze the best opportunities in oil stocks right now, plus the latest results from Twitter and Buffalo Wild Wings.
CVS and Rite Aid disable Apple Pay as they work on their own mobile payment system. We analyze the battle for your wallet and dip into the Fool Mailbag and discuss short-term investments, stocks for the next 20 years, and Halloween candy.
Caterpillar and Tractor Supply rise on the combination of good earnings and low expectations. On the flip side, Under Armours expectations could hardly be higher. We analyze those stocks and dip into the Fool Mailbag.
Yahoos 3rd-quarter profits surprise Wall Street. Plus we discuss the possibility of a conspiracy in the oil industry, the investing acumen of journalist Bob Woodard, and why Coca-Colas bottlers are a great leading indicator for Coca-Colas stock.
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