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The biggest risks for stocks in 2020

Optimism over a "phase one" trade deal between the United States and China is pushing stocks to record highs in the final days of the year. But Wall Street banks still believe trade is one of the biggest risks for markets in 2020.

Apple best Dow stock of 2019 but can it repeat in 2020?

Apple CEO Tim Cook shocked investors on January 2 by warning of slowing iPhone sales in China. Apple's stock plunged 10% the next day, dragging down the entire market along with it. But it's been all good news for the company ever since.

Kohl's makeover isn't working

Kohl's innovative strategy to draw customers into its stores won the company praise and fans on Wall Street. But shoppers are going elsewhere, and investors are losing confidence in Kohl's.

Gap is in trouble; spinning off Old Navy up in the air

Gap outlined a plan to rescue itself in February, and Wall Street was firmly behind it: The company would spin off its popular Old Navy brand in 2020 and focus on its own struggling flagship, as well as its Banana Republic, Athleta and Hill City lines.

Outlook for stocks ahead of 2020 election

The next US presidential election is a year away. Although we don't know which Democrat will face President Trump next year, it's not too soon to start thinking about what the election will mean for investors.

WWE gets smacked down by Wall Street

Shares of World Wrestling Entertainment, aka the WWE, have been sent crashing into Wall Street's turnbuckle this year and are in danger of being pinned to the mat.

Domino's is losing the pizza wars on Wall Street

It wasn't that long ago that Domino's was the darling of the pizza industry. Its stock was soaring thanks to solid sales, the company's embrace of technology and a risky but successful mea culpa ad campaign that apologized for how bad its food used to be.