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Stock index futures point to modest losses at the Wall Street open following a Wednesday rally
Check out the companies making headlines after the bell Wednesday: Valeant, Bed Bath & Beyond, LPL Financial and more.
CNBC's Seema Mody reporting Bed Bath & Beyond earnings and revenues beats for the quarter.
Futures are pointing to a higher open on Wall Street, following two straight days of losses for the major averages.
Unusual options in Bed, Bath, & Beyond and more.
Jim Cramer unveils two big opportunities for investors to make money from Friday's jobs report.
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Jim Cramer provides his opinion on caller stocks, including this popular play that he was dead-set against recently and isn't anymore.
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President Obama presented his final budget to Congress on Tuesday. Here are some suggestions for where all that money could go.
Amid Amazon's long-standing love affair with Wall Street, the rest of the retail industry is getting hammered — online and off.
Global slowdown taking toll on U.S. companies.
As rising home values encourage consumers to spend more on their residences, two retailers have failed to latch onto the trend.
Some of the names on the move ahead of the open.
Check out the companies making headlines after the bell Thursday: Bed Bath & Beyond, Urban Outfitters, Apple & more.
U.S. stock index futures indicated a sharply lower open on Thursday after trading in China was suspended for the second time in a week.
Stocks are scratching around for an excuse to move higher, but bears may keep the pressure on ahead of Friday's jobs report.
In 2016, should a smart investor stick with stock winners or bet on a turnaround in dogs? A new S&P Capital IQ study reveals the answer.
U.S. stocks opened sharply lower in a global equities sell off that started with a report showing a tenth month of decline in Chinese manufacturing.
Consumer discretionary is set for another great year in 2016, traders say.