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Stock Market Today: Futures Sag on Reports Russia Enters Ukraine

U.S. stock index futures are slipping Thursday amid geopolitical caution after Ukraine President Petro Poroshenko says that Russia has invaded Ukraine.

Will Ford (F) Stock Be Helped By Worldwide Sale of Its Mustang?

Ford (F) today will begin building the sixth generation of its 50-year-old Mustang sports car today at a Michigan plant that will export it to more than 120 countries.

Aug. 28 Premarket Briefing: 10 Things You Should Know

U.S. stock futures slip ahead of GDP data; FBI investigates hacking of JPMorgan, other banks; judge rejects Apple bid to block sale of Samsung phones.

It's No Coincidence -- Stocks and Car Sales Are Both Frothy

Record stock market performance is being matched by continuing strength in the U.S. auto markets.

Frustrating Boston Scientific Is Not What the Investor Ordered

It will only take one bad quarter for shares to fall to single digits. That's the only time you should buy.

European Stocks Fall as Eurozone Recovery Remains Tentative

European stocks fall on Thursday as Ukraine claims Russia had stepped up its involvement in the country's civil war and data suggests the eurozone's economic recovery remains tentative.

Teva Dividend Could Be Hurt by Bank of Israel’s Rate Cut

Bank of Israel reduced its cash rate to a historic low of 0.25%. This decision could have an adverse impact on the dividend payment of Teva Pharmaceutical Industries.

3M Shares Still Have Value, Even if They Are Expensive

The company consistently delivers where it matters -- on the bottom line.

Here's How Bob Iger Should Release Disney's 7th 'Star Wars'

Disney CEO Iger can prove he's capable of more than just buying companies by doing something radical with 'Star Wars'

Bulls Come Back to Dow Chemical

Dow Chemical attracted bullish option activity on Wednesday for the second session in a row.