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Some of Monday midday movers:
A group of traders has sued CME Group, accusing it of selling market data to high frequency traders, cheating other investors who lacked such access.
Stronger earnings at Citigroup, the best retail sales gain in 18 months and dovish European Central bankers combined to turn the tide for stocks.
This media company has "Warren Buffett's kind of community newspapers," said Smead Capital Management's Bill Smead, who also likes an insurer and a biotech company.
The ECB's Draghi actually admitted currency manipulation. Here's the takeaway for investors, says Michael Yoshikami
These are the companies making headlines before the bell.
The sharp stock market decline last week doesn't look like it will continue this week, Jonathan Golub, chief U.S. market strategist at RBC Capital, told CNBC on Monday.
We need evidence that growth is picking up. That box was checked by March retail sales, which were just what we needed.
Last week's selloff was not the beginning of the end, says NYSE floor trader Kenny Polcari. Here's why.
Some investment pros say all that air coming out of bubble-like momentum stocks might actually be a healthy development, USA Today reports.
Citigroup has cut 200 to 300 jobs, or about 2 percent of its global markets workforce, the Wall Street Journal reported.
When Goldman Sachs filed its proxy earlier this month, it was free of a proposal that has become increasingly popular among governance activists.
Europe's largest banks cut their staff by another 3.5 percent last year
Like thunderstorms cooling an overheated landscape, more selling could rumble through the stock market in the coming week.
More new shorts were added in Nasdaq stocks in the end of March, but they declined on NYSE names.
First-quarter earnings looked very different for two of Wall Street's biggest banks. For Wells Fargo, the news was good. For JPMorgan, not so much.
Former Wall Street trader Raj Mahal offers some tips for golfing with clients — and just in time for the Masters!
A leading Internet analyst makes his case that investors might want to consider buying the fallout in Facebook, Google, eBay and Priceline.
Happy Friday. Investor alert: The Morning Six-Pack is not subject to momentum selling.
JPMorgan Chase reported a 19 percent decline in first-quarter profit as revenue from securities trading fell.
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