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Economist Robert Shiller tells "Futures Now" why it won't necessarily be clear sailing for the housing recovery. (3:10)
Take a look at some of Tuesday's midday movers:
Netflix is poised to get a boost as competitors like HBO adopt an on-demand streaming model, an analyst said Tuesday.
This is a link to a Bankrate.com story.
The S&P 500 will once again dip in the second quarter of this year but will then soar higher and higher, according to Nomura strategist Bob Janjuah.
Facebook shares are down 20 percent since hitting a six-month high in January partly on concerns Facebook ads have shifted from social to "spammy."
One firm believes there are reasons to take the other side of the "Sell in May" trade, making the case against selling now.
Some of the names on the move ahead of the open Tuesday:
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Bank analyst Dick Bove says the Cyprus bailout is positive for U.S. banks. Here's why.
The recent run-up in stocks could be reversing soon, Drexel Hamilton's Barry Sine says.
Bad news from Cyprus means good news for U.S. stocks, Simon Baker says.
Check out which companies are making headlines after the bell Monday:
Blackberry's weak U.S. launch of its Z10 smartphone shows the company still doesn't have what it takes to compete, an analyst said.
Here are seven issues that US Airways CEO Doug Parker must deal with as a likely merger with American Airlines moves closer. TheStreet.com reports.
Take a look at some of Monday's midday movers:
Apple could boost countless start-up companies with its cash hoard, 2929 Entertainment CEO Todd Wagner says.
Investors should brace for an end to support from the Federal Reserve, says Stephen Bodurtha of Citi Private Bank.
Despite "horror stories" about the difficulties of getting a mortgage, banks are willing to lend, Barry Habib, chief market strategist at Residential Finance, told CNBC.
If Dell's board considers buyout offers from Blackstone Group or Carl Icahn superior to Michael Dell's offer, some think Dell could up his price. However, options traders aren't buying it.