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Wall Street is suddenly hot—on coffee stocks. Dunkin’ shares have already risen 25% year to date, while Starbucks’ have risen 29%. Dunkin’ Brands Group got an upgrade on Monday by Wedbush Securities from a ‘neutral’ rating to ‘outperform.’ The company’s

A parade of initial public offerings from Silicon Valley this year have garnered mixed receptions from investors. Slack Technologies Inc. took a different route on Thursday, and saw its shares soar as it went public without an IPO. Slack opened

An Apple a day may keep the doctor away, but millennials want weed. Millennial investors just made Aurora Cannabis the most popular trade on investment app Robinhood—beating out tech giant Apple. Aurora Cannabis recently ranked No. 1 on Robinhood’s list

For the first time, overseas companies are being allowed to list on a Chinese stock exchange—though none have as yet said they are ready to take the plunge. Specifically, large companies that have already been listed in the U.K. for

Bitcoin is one of the best performing assets of 2019, more than doubling in price since the end of 2018. Yet from the start of 2018, prices are still down nearly 50%. However, since year-end 2016, Bitcoin is up almost

Pot is hot. Canadian cannabis company Tilray announced Monday a deal to merge with majority shareholder Privateer, a cannabis-centric private equity holding company backed by billionaire Peter Thiel. The deal would prevent Privateer from releasing their 75 million shares (some

So much for having the “best” stock market returns. During his first two years in office, Donald Trump regularly pointed to the stock market as proof of his leadership’s effectiveness. Experts may have shaken their heads, saying that stock values

WWDC, Apple’s annual developers conference, is an obsessively curated affair, an attempt by the tech giant to put its best foot forward not just for programmers, but its customers and investors as well. On Monday, just as executives were unveiling

In the week before the June issue of Fortune went to press, the Speaker of the House announced the U.S. was in the midst of a constitutional crisis; a Trump tweet sent the Dow plunging 500 points; and politically, America

If it feels like the stock market is particularly volatile these days, you’re not wrong, but you’re not exactly right either. The political backdrop is certainly prompting some wild days. Stocks rose on Tuesday after the U.S. Commerce Department relaxed