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Shares of the smartphone maker briefly hit session highs after CEO Thorsten Heins discussed whether the company would be open to splitting up the company, reports CNBC's Seema Mody.
Big Blue's steady profit growth appears to be coming undone amid a slowdown in emerging markets, according to Goldman Sachs.
We are hearing the usual chorus of complaints at the start of earnings season, that profits look anemic, but data suggests things may not be that bad.
Nasdaq OMX Group said Tesla Motors will replace Oracle on the Nasdaq 100 stock index, reflecting the rising profile of the U.S. electric car maker.
This is a link to a Tesla stock quote.
Some of the names on the move ahead of the open.
Robert Tipp, Prudential Fixed Income; Brian Belski, BMO Capital Markets, and Rebecca Patterson, Bessemer Trust, discuss whether the rise in yields is over and if money will migrate from bonds into equities.
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The bulls are pouring into Oneok as the pipeline company tries to bounce from long-term support.
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China's battered stock market has taken another tumble this week – a sign perhaps that the country's investors are bracing for a faster-than-anticipated slowdown in the world's second largest economy.
Benchmark Brent crude is poised to test $110 a barrel this week, amid lingering fears of supply disruptions and expectations of improving U.S. demand after positive jobs data.
Daryl Guppy gives you a strategy to trade oil amid the current geo-political risks.
Barnes& Noble CEO William Lynch has resigned effective immediately, the U.S. bookstore chain said on Monday.
Analysts are expecting a dismal second-quarter earnings season but Alcoa, first out of the gate, beat on both earnings and revenue.
Check out which companies are making headlines after the bell Monday:
Despite signs of a slowdown in China's economy, General Motors posted record first-half sales there. The company's sales in China now exceed the total number of vehicles it sells in the U.S.
Crude fell on Monday, with U.S. oil bouncing off a new 15-month high as oil from Libya helped tame fears about global supply and violent clashes in Egypt.
Critics question whether an exchange-traded fund that tracks the virtual currency would catch on with regular investors—or if it even could make it market.
One trader is betting big on the train transport giant. Here's why it could pay off big time.