Discussing the trade on Apple as Morgan Stanley names the company its top pick for 2017. With the “Fast Money Halftime Report” traders and “Mad Money” host Jim Cramer.
The bank tells investors it's time to start thinking about getting out of US stocks.
Calling a fund "contrarian" doesn't mean it's all that contrarian.
Emerging markets can be good investment opportunities next year, but ultimately, that will be dependent on U.S. politics.
The market could go "materially higher" if the setup for a pro-growth Trump presidency comes to pass, Blue Harbour's Cliff Robbins tells CNBC.
David Ellison, Hennessey Funds, and Jackie Reeves, Bell Rock Capital, share their takes on Goldman Sachs, which is up 33 percent since Election Day.
These are stocks posting moves after the bell on Thursday, including: Insys Therapeutics, Lionsgate Entertainment, Time, Inc. and more.
Shares of Time spiked 8 percent Thursday after receiving a takeover bid from a group of media investors.
Steven Mnuchin finances to undergo tough scrutiny as required by the Senate Finance Committee as is customary for nominees for the post.
Carla Harris, Morgan Stanley, weighs in on the economy, Trump's Carrier deal and job creation.
CNBC's Bob Pisani looks ahead at what's moving markets including Costco and the latest NYSE IPO that is trading today.
The KBE also handily outperformed against the broader S&P 500, which posted monthly gains of 3.42 percent.
The advice for 2017 is clear: sell credit to buy equities – the opposite advice of a year ago, Morgan Stanley said.
The global economy could accelerate to 3.4 percent in 2017 but the outlook is clouded by political risks, Morgan Stanley has warned.
The departure removes one of Goldman's longest-serving European executives at a time when the bank is grappling with Brexit, the FT reports.
President-elect Donald Trump will retreat from the threatening campaign rhetoric used towards China, Yale economist Stephen Roach told CNBC.
On Thursday, Goldman will introduce its first advertising campaign ever aimed at getting individuals. NYT reports.
Morgan Stanley's Colm Kelleher says Jamie Dimon would be good for the U.S. if he were treasury secretary.
Colm Kelleher, president of Morgan Stanley, weighs in on the debate over banking deregulation and Fed policy.
Colm Kelleher, president of Morgan Stanley, talks about whether the markets got the reflationary trade right following the watershed 2016 U.S. election.