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Cisco and Whole Foods Market are among those moving after the bell Wednesday.
The U.S. Senate Banking Committee said on Wednesday that it postponed Thursday's hearing with Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen.
Gasoline could jump anywhere from 15 to 40 cents a gallon over the next several months, but it could be one of the cheapest summer driving seasons in several years.
New York's financial regulator said the explosive growth of non-bank mortgage servicers is a "troubling trend" that must be confronted.
Regulators are actually increasing risk in the US banking system, says bank analyst Richard X. Bove.
Some of Wednesday's midday movers:
Word that Brevan Howardt was closing its emerging-markets fund hit a nerve with other fund managers focusing on developing economies.
New Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen sounded this week like she isn't very worried about the state of the U.S. jobs picture. Maybe she should be.
The next big thing in high-speed trading could be something pulled directly from a science-fiction movie.
Hedge funds that specialize in shorting stocks produced mixed returns in January, despite the market correction.
Stocks are for in a period of adjustment to the Fed's move toward normalized monetary policy, Barry Knapp at Barclays told CNBC.
Investors "heart" Google and it is the search giant's stock, not Apple, that is the darling of the tech sector now, says Tom Kee.
There are many reasons the stock market could advance double-digits again in 2014 and in years to come, JPMorgan chief U.S. Equity strategist Tom Lee told CNBC.
Calling too-big-to-fail banks "the most critical issue facing our financial system," a top Federal Reserve official urged new laws to address the problem.
Happy Wednesday, and welcome to yet another frosty offering of the Morning Six-Pack.
Some of the names on the move ahead of the open.
The Dow closed at 15,994, a gain of 1.2 percent. The Nasdaq was up 1 percent at 4,191, higher on the year but still off its January highs.
Janet Yellen gave a thumb's up to the US economy. And as established economies get more attractive, emerging markets have to work harder to attract—and keep—investors.
John Mack called for an end to the harsh words that have been hurled at Jamie Dimon and Lloyd Blankfein over their pay. NYT reports.
TripAdvisor and Intuit were among the companies making headlines after the bell Tuesday.
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