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Some of the names on the move ahead of the open.
Bulls say Amazon is a future growth story but the growth rate is slowing, too.
Some option traders are apparently afraid that blue chips such as Bank of America and Procter & Gamble will run away from them.
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As gasoline prices soar, consumers are blaming hedge funds who have been amassing winning bets on oil.
The recent rebound in the U.S. dollar has markets questioning just how strong and reliable is the rebound in the dollar index?
Stocks have been struggling to break out to new highs, and it may be tech that helps decide which way the market goes.
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Billionaire investor Jim Rogers said that unless Facebook figures out how to make money, it probably isn’t worth investing in.
The U.S. will win the global currency race to the bottom but decimate its economy in the process, economist Peter Schiff said.
A statement from G7 countries attempts to tamp down global tension about the falling yen and currency devaluations. Whether it will work is unclear.
Value investor Mario Gabelli says he expects small-cap stock GenCorp and mid-cap stock Legg Mason to double in value.
Both Facebook and LinkedIn have created a rare "global network effect," Benchmark's Bill Gurley says.
TheStreet.com profiles several stocks that could experience big short squeezes when they report earnings this week.
Increased telecom spending makes the lagging sector poised for growth, AlphaOne's Dan Niles says.
Don't expect the market for smartphones to peak anytime soon, AlphaOne Capital's Dan Niles says.
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