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Check out which companies are making headlines after the bell Thursday: Bank of America, Nike & more
Built for longevity, these stocks have one or more of the following: a deep moat, an energetic leader, steady and growing cash flows, and multiple revenue streams.
IBM is down significantly since it reported earnings Oct. 20 amid concerns there are not many fast growth opportunities.
ETFs have taken in a net $159.2 billion in 2014 in a year that has seen total inflows rise nearly 13 percent.
Some of Thursday's midday movers:
Even guys who had to bear the weight of the world on their shoulders can laugh a little, too.
Blame gold's free fall on the Fed, but if a long-shot referendum passes it could be the Swiss National Bank that stops it.
U.S. equities are likely to rise over the next year, but markets need time to repair after last month's selloff and could face tests, said Bob Doll.
The euro dropped and European equities rose on dovish comments from European Central Bank head Mario Draghi, but how unconventional can he get on stimulus?
Globetrotting investor Mark Mobius tells CNBC U.S. stocks may be the best place for investors to put money right now.
Some of the names on the move ahead of the open.
Pimco posted outflows of $48.3 billion across its open-ended funds in October following the surprise departure of Bill Gross.
Global pain will mean U.S. gain at least in terms of stock market investing, according to a strongly bullish analysis from Mario Gabelli's team.
Former Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke predicted that the European Central Bank (ECB) would have a rough time implementing U.S-style monetary easing.
Stocks could continue to tilt higher, as traders focus on U.S. jobless claims data and productivity and labor costs ahead of the Oct. jobs report.
After listening to comments from President Barack Obama, CNBC’s Larry Kudlow said on his current track, the president was facing “a rat’s nest" of woes.
Companies making headlines after the bell Wednesday: Qualcomm, Tesla, Zillow & more
With the GOP taking control of both houses of Congress, at least one pro thinks some big changes lie ahead, especially in the energy sector.
The GOP's takeover of the Senate is barely moving stocks. Major averages are mostly moving off of oil.
Using crisis-level policies at a time when the economy and market had clearly come out of crisis just didn't seem to make a lot of sense anymore.
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