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Paul Farr, Talen Energy CEO at the NYSE, and Vincent Roche, Analog Devices president & CEO at the Nasdaq, ring today's opening bell.
Jim Cramer is watching a play on Cracker Barrel and low gas prices.
Today's bell ringers are Paul Farr, Talen Energy CEO at the NYSE, and Vincent Roche, Analog Devices president & CEO at the Nasdaq.
Top tech investor Paul Meeks updates his "Squawk Box Platinum Portfolio" in these unexpected sectors.
The RBA kept interest rates steady at a record low 2.0 percent, in line with expectations, but the Australian dollar still pushed higher.
Following its recent runup, the uptrend in WTI crude seems to be coming to an end, according to technical analysis by multiple research firms.
As the S&P 500 marches to record close after record close this year, some troubling signs are brewing inside the bull market.
"Our 40 percent 'grey sky' scenario for European equity returns to end-2016 is based on three key factors," according to Citi.
Black Knight Financial Services, at the NYSE, and Charles River Associates, a litigation regulatory and financial consulting firm, celebrate its fiftieth anniversary, at the Nasdaq.
Art Cashin of UBS shares his outlook on the markets amid Greek debt concerns and conflicting economic data.
Today's bell ringers are Tom Sanzone, Black Knight Financial Services at the NYSE, and Paul Maleh, Charles River Associates CEO, at the Nasdaq.
Delphi Management founder Scott Black says the S&P 500 is already "fully valued," while small- and mid-cap companies are "overvalued."
Shares of Huatai Securities, Asia's largest listing this year, opened with a whimper, defying the gains seen in Hong Kong's other recent IPOs.
CNBC Pro highlights the top performing stocks this week and analyzes whether the good times will continue.
Legendary trader Laszlo Birinyi sees all the bearish talk from his peers and the media and takes the opposite view.
The Allianz Global Investors Diversified Income and Convertible Fund, at the NYSE, and First Mid-Illinois Bancshares, at the Nasdaq, ring Friday morning's opening bell.
Jim Cramer explains why he is watching shares of Ambrella as drones become integral to the oil patch, and says GameStop is on top of its game.
Today's bell ringers are Allianz Global Investors at the NYSE, and First Mid-Illinois Bancshares at the Nasdaq.
Even though U.S. stocks are trading at a record price, certain areas of the market may be ready to drop. Here's what to sell.
FBR expects China to become Apple's top geographic area by revenue in 2017 and account for almost 40 percent of total revenue in 2018.