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As the price of natural gas spiked 17 percent year-to-date, pro trader Rich Ilczyszyn consults the charts to see whether it will continue.
Dell shareholders would "lose badly" if the takeover battle for the struggling PC maker results in Michael Dell losing control, management expert Jeffrey Sonnenfeld told CNBC.
Cyprus is triggering a relief rally on Wall Street, but the jig may not be up yet.
Some of the names on the move ahead of the open Monday:
An eleventh-hour deal in Cyprus helped Asian and European markets higher on Monday, but analysts warn that "risk-on" may be short lived, with downside risks remaining.
“If you happen to be a refiner, you’re probably doing very well right now,” said Jim Cramer.
With all the emphasis on dividend investing in recent years, more and more investors are adding a yield component to their portfolios. But often, that's easier said than done. TheStreet.com reports.
The oil and gas revolution sweeping the U.S. appears to exerting a halo effect on stocks in key industries, and not just those in the energy sector.
After falling more than 40 percent from its all-time high of $705 back in September, Apple is showing signs of a comeback.
Three neglected tech names hold potential, Yahoo! Finance Senior Columnist Mike Santoli says.
Chuck Bath, named "Ultimate Stock Picker" by Morningstar, likes a couple of names.
Joe Terranova, Stephen Weiss and Pete Najarian pick what sectors stand to gain.
Take a look at some of Friday's midday movers:
It seems technical indicators don't bode well for natural gas, the alternative energy source.
Cyprus' way forward is unclear as the Russians reject a gas for loans proposal, and the EU objects to a move to take over pension funds.
Some of the names on the move ahead of the open.
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Good news: The Dow was only down 90 points or 0.6% and the S&P dropped just 0.8%. Bad news: The Dow and S&P 500 are on track for their worst weeks of the year.
Jim Cramer always weighs the reasons to buy against the reasons to exercise caution. Right now, he thinks caution should prevail.
Check out which companies are making headlines after the bell Thursday: