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The oil and natural gas boom in the Bakken represents a "growth factor" for Burlington Northern Santa Fe, Warren Buffett told CNBC, and said they're spending "real money" on tests to convert rail cars to natural gas.
Some of the names on the move ahead of the open.
Sealed Air has been rocking since August, and the bulls apparently think that it will keep on rolling.
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Greece has been reclassified from a "developed" to an "emerging market" by a major U.S.-based fund manager.
A wave of new money coming into equity markets is a "powerful force" to reckon with and means that risks such as the U.S. budget cuts and uncertainty in Italy are unlikely to derail a stellar rally in the markets, one expert told CNBC.
In case the turmoil in Italy isn't exciting enough, this week brings the post-sequestration jobs report, and this strategist has a currency trading playbook.
While large-cap stocks continue to flirt with new all-time highs, small-caps stocks are already there — with potential for even more upside in 2013 as M&A heats up.
Information overload is a fact of modern life, and you can curse technology — or you can see if there's an app for that.
Although consumers' paychecks got a bit lighter this year when the 2 percent payroll tax cut expired, Wall Street analysts see reason to remain bullish on defensive retailers.
Despite Best Buy's better-than-expected earnings and revenue, one analyst likened it to the Titanic on an iceberg crash course.
Payments were just the beginning for Square. The young company has big plans to cash in on the entire commerce experience.
Barclays is committed to its investment-banking business and sees opportunity in Africa, CEO Antony Jenkins told CNBC's "Closing Bell" on Friday.
CNBC's Melissa Lee and the Options Action traders discuss what they'll be watching in the week ahead.
As Brent crude slipped to $110 a barrel, professional traders turn bearish on oil.
Not surprisingly, J.C. Penney's dismal earnings numbers spurred option traders to make some large bearish bets on the stock.
Yahoo has changed its description in its 10-K, and its is an interesting twist on the "What is Yahoo?" question that has tripped up many recent CEOs. Its also further evidence that current CEO Marissa Mayer is intent on remaking the company.
Apart from bouts of debt-crisis anxiety, the euro for some time has mainly been driven by risk appetite. This strategist says it's time to watch fundamentals.
President Barack Obama's remarks eased market concerns, OptionMonster's Pete Najarian says.