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"This is a way to get rid of a terrible, terrible drug, oxycodone," CNBC's Jim Cramer says.
Utilities and telecommunications continue to post gains and are far and away the biggest gainers this quarter.
"Earnings and GDP are going to be especially strong in the second half of the year," BMO's Brian Belski says.
Raj Mahajan achieved a rare when he rejoined Goldman Sachs last year with the coveted title of partner. Then he got to work on fixing the pipes.
Some of the names on the move ahead of the open.
Sri Lanka will strive to tighten its belt to improve its debt rating, the country's finance minister told CNBC.
Norway's $830 billion oil fund has severed ties with Pimco, the bond house, and BTG Pactual, the Brazilian bank, the FT reports.
Shareholders engage heated debate of whether Yahoo CEO should stay or leave, as activist investors press for change.
Stock exchanges do not come up for sale very often; one as large and prestigious as the LSE even less often.
According to the "most powerful woman in hedge funds," Leda Braga of Systematica, machines have an edge when betting on stocks going down.
What if aggressive monetary actions not only have run their course, but are actually causing damage?
We are approaching the end of the quarter, so these upside days will force in traders who are under performing.
The first 2016 rate increase by the Federal Reserve could come this summer, Brian Jacobsen of Wells Fargo says.
It was one month ago—Feb 11—that the market bottomed. One factor was likely JPMorgan CEO announcement that he had purchased $26.5M of JPM stock.
Making a call that stocks have found a bottom, even for the short term, seems premature despite a three-day rally.
Apple's CEO has been painted into a corner by a federal court order in the San Bernardino terrorism case, CNBC's Jim Cramer says.
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