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Some of the names on the move ahead of the open.
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BlackBerry goes up against IBM in Tuesday's "Squawk Box Money Madness" stock tournament. To vote, go to our Facebook page and send one of these stocks through to our "Favored 4" round.
Pipelines have been the dominant group in the last few sessions, and yesterday the bulls came back to Oneok.
The Bank of Japan's two-day meeting which begins Wednesday will arguably be the most closely-watched in years given expectations for a radical monetary policy.
Investors might have to give up on the idea a correction is inevitable, JPMorgan Chief U.S. Equity Strategist Tom Lee says.
Check out which companies are making headlines after the bell Monday:
Toys 'R Us reported miserable fourth-quarter earnings, but what does this tell us about brick and mortar retail as a whole?
CNBC's Melissa Lee and the Fast Money traders discuss the day's top trades and the stocks they'll be watching Tuesday.
Across the country, investment clubs are making a slow and steady comeback. They once numbered in the hundreds of thousands, but they nearly disappeared after the dotcom bubble burst, followed by the housing bust, the banking disaster, and the market dive.
The bulls have been running at a fierce pace but these pros say the correction is coming in the second quarter. Here's why.
Facebook is expected to unveil new operating system for the android phone, and the consensus of analysts appears to be positive.
Major sector indices start the second quarter with a perfect inverse image of first quarter performance. Dow Transports and small-cap stocks lag.
Shares of Tesla surged Monday after the company announced that sales of its Model S vehicle have exceeded its mid-February target.
When the S&P 500 index hit a key level, trader Jeff Kilburg said it allowed traders to be comfortable in getting short.
Three tech laggards could have strong upside, Zack Safran of Ivy Science & Technology Fund says.
As stocks pull back, Stephen Weiss says it's time to bet on technology and financials.
Will Danoff, whose $92 billion Fidelity Contrafund is the largest active shareholder in Apple, cut its stake in the company over the first two months of 2013.
Take a look at some of Monday's midday movers:
Wendy's shares are struggling after its rating was lowered by Morgan Stanley, but the company is on schedule with implementing its new premium concept, TheStreet.com reports.