The health-care debacle could make the market more jittery as Washington moves on to focus on tax reform.
A by-the-numbers CNBC analysis of the companies reveals a wide variety of owners and other details.
Several construction stocks did not fare well Thursday.
Some of the names on the move ahead of the open.
Fluor CEO comments on the impact of President Trump's pipeline plans on the manufacturing industry.
David Seaton, Fluor CEO, weighs in on President Trump's revival of Dakota Access and Keystone XL oil pipelines, and who will benefit from it.
Richard Saperstein, seventh on Barron's Top 100 Advisors, told CNBC he's become bullish since Trump won and it's time to load up on stocks.
Rich Saperstein, HighTower Treasury Partners managing director, discusses his change of heart towards the markets based on Donald Trump's election.
CNBC's Steve Liesman reports the results of the latest CNBC All-America Survey on which stock Americans would use as a stocking stuffer, or holiday gift, to a family member or friend. The “Fast Money Halftime Report” traders; Erin Browne, UBS O’Connor head of macro investments; and Kevin O’Leary, O’Shares Investments chairman, share their "stock-ing stuffers."
David Seaton, Fluor CEO, discusses the importance of managing and implementing an infrastructure program in the U.S.
CFRA's Sam Stovall tells clients the market and certain stocks will likely go higher, according to rising market breadth statistics.
Credit Suisse gave clients a list of stocks that are likely to perform best on an election victory by Hillary Clinton.
Stocks that would do well in the event of a GOP presidential victory are no longer lagging the Clinton stocks as much as they had been.
No matter who wins the White House, there is likely to be a big jump in infrastructure spending.
After a decent start in the first two months of the year, sales slipped in the second half of March and into April.
Everyone is lamenting the global decline in stocks, but much of the damage has indeed occurred in only the last couple weeks.
The strong dollar is really hurting multinationals, even Honeywell, one of the most-praised of the bunch.
Even as major indices approach historic highs, the field is littered with the corpses of those on the wrong end of the global growth slowdown.
Check out which companies are making headlines after the bell Wednesday: Avis, Foot Locker, Marriott & more.
Interest rates will regain attention as U.S. data and the release of the FOMC meeting minutes shed further light on when tightening might occur.