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Stocks head into Friday on track for the best weekly performance in 22 months, yet new Ebola fears and other geopolitical headlines could be wild cards.
Despite the swings in the market, favoring fixed-income or bond funds over equity or stocks in a retirement account could be a mistake. Here's why.
Check out which companies are making headlines after the bell Thursday: Amazon, Microsoft, Pfizer & more.
Good earnings and improving economic data are causing money to pile into the U.S. stock market.
Given the massive swings in the market, it would stand to reason that worry in the market should go from bad to worse. It's going the other way.
One survey found that gender diversity on corporate boards is correlated to steady, positive performance.
Some of Thursday's midday movers:
"The Walking Dead" versus "Homeland"? That question can actually start a stock-picking discussion, believe it or not.
While lower oil prices contributed to a 21 percent slump in Occidental Petroleum's third-quarter profit, they have bolstered airline company earnings.
US corporate bond funds are adding Treasurys at more than twice the rate of corporate debt amid global slowdown concerns.
Very few people have the same risk threshold as Warren Buffet so beware investors following Berkshire Hathaway's portfolio.
Proctor and Gamble will put together a new leadership team to bolster its sagging sales.
Some pundits are saying the bulk of the market correction is behind us but here's why Michael Farr is still defensive.
Some of the names on the move ahead of the open.
There's "no margin of safety" in the S&P 500 but stocks are not overpriced, billionaire Mario Gabelli tells CNBC.
Lloyds will next week announce plans to cut 9,000 jobs over the next three years, sources familiar with the matter told Reuters.
Strategists said stocks could continue a pattern of consolidation Thursday, after the massive spring back rally earlier in the week.
"I think it's ok to put money to work selectively," said David Sowerby of Loomis Sayles & company.
Railroad stocks took a hit on Wednesday after Norfolk Southern's CEO dimmed hopes for imminent M&A deals. Did the market misunderstand the comments?
Check out which companies are making headlines after the bell Wednesday: Apple, AT&T, Visa, Yelp & more.
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