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Will the bull run continue? The question is whether conditions are ripe for economic growth and corporate earnings to rise.
In this week's Talking Squawk, the official "Squawk Box" blog—get a Warren Buffett rewind, Carl Icahn unleashed and maybe meet the next WhatsApp disruptor.
Twitter account @GSElevator had earned John Lefevre a book deal, but the publisher has killed it after a storm of controversy.
The end of another record-setting week for U.S. stocks brings the payrolls report for February, and Wall Street is braced for another low number.
A study showed that the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority "routinely deletes" problematic information on brokers, The Wall Street Journal said.
Companies making headlines after the bell Thursday:
Some of Thursday's midday movers:
February's job gains were likely once more chilled by bad winter weather, and even March's employment report could be slushy.
Stocks are at new highs, but where are the bargains? Big financials are mounting an impressive rally.
A U.S. Federal Reserve policymaker who has criticized its bond-buying stimulus said the program has lasted too long and may be distorting markets.
Investment firms have sharply increased the protection they buy to protect against macroeconomic shocks.
Happy Thursday. A word of advice: Don't get your hopes up for Jobs Friday. It's not going to be pretty.
Some of the names on the move ahead of the open.
David Einhorn's Greenlight Capital has increased its bet on Greece's Alpha Bank, making it a top five holding.
While Paul Tudor Jones II can claim annual returns of close to 19.5 percent in his Tudor BVI Global, it's been 11 years since he last hit that level.
Equity investors have not been swayed by recent economic reports. Instead, they are awaiting more "genuine" news that is not clouded by the weather.
Companies making headlines after the bell Wednesday:
Demand for small-cap stocks is increasing relative to established large-cap names, a divergence that signals continued risk appetite among investors.
Some of Wednesday's midday movers:
Nelson Peltz is taking his bid to split up PepsiCo to its shareholders, the co-founder of Peltz's Trian Fund Management tells CNBC.