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Jim Cramer weighs in on Workday's stock price and Palo Alto's big run.
Even though stocks appear to have hit a roadblock, many market watchers believe the rally has the potential to continue.
As the S&P 500 clings to a 2 percent gain for the year, many Wall Street strategists agree: Mimicking the benchmark is not going to cut it anymore.
Chart analyst John Kosar breaks down the reasons why gold may be headed for a rally ... and the best way to play it.
Art Cashin, of UBS, discusses selling in transport stocks, and what the market needs to hear from Fed Vice Chairman Stanley Fischer.
The Apple bears that have kept the stock trapped in a sideways range since February may be missing one big thing.
The unofficial start of the summer season is here, setting up a winning trade in certain slices of the U.S. stock market, if history is any guide.
Bancolombia celebrates its twentieth listing anniversary at the NYSE, and Semiconductor components maker, Diodes, at the Nasdaq, ring today's opening bell.
The "Squawk on the Street" crew shares their thoughts on what investors should be watching throughout the trading day.
Jim Cramer explains what to watch ahead of the open.
Ann Winblad, co-founder of Hummer Winblad Venture Partners, says Google epitomizes the future more than any other technology company.
The International Monetary Fund warned the Bank of Japan will take longer than it expects to hit its inflation target even with more monetary easing, and said "bolder" reforms are required.
The blistering sell-off in Chinese solar firm Hanergy Thin Film Power Group this week burnt several index-tracking stock funds, exposing the flaws in volatile markets like China.
CNBC Pro highlights the top performing stocks this week and analyzes whether the good times will continue.
CNBC's Bob Pisani and Art Cashin, of UBS, discuss the sleepy market on the day before Memorial Day weekend.
Goldman Sachs told hedge fund clients this week to buy stocks that are unloved by their peers if they want any chance of beating them.
Community Healthcare Trust, at the NYSE, and Granges, a Swedish material supplier for brazed aluminum heat exchanges, at the Nasdaq, ring Friday's opening bell.
Jim Cramer explains why he is watching shares of Deere and Campbell Soup.
Today's bell ringers are Timothy Wallace, Community Healthcare Trust at the NYSE, and Johan Menckel, Granges AB CEO, at the Nasdaq.
As the market hovers near a record, MKM Partners' derivatives strategist identified a select group of stocks where call options are "cheap."