Markets are steady as she goes with strength in two key sectors.
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.
Some of the names on the move ahead of the open.
Scott Wren, Wells Fargo Investment Institute, shares his bullish thesis on large-cap stocks. The "Fast Money" traders weigh in.
Jim Cramer says this stock loved by hedge funds could be overheated. He gave his take on various caller stocks, too.
Ever wondered who delivers the groceries to the International Space Station? CNBC drills down into Kensho's soaring space index.
Yellen and Fischer's comments at Jackson Hole leave markets right where they started the session.
Here's more evidence this summer's stock market rally is broad-based.
Goldman Sachs told clients which stocks hedge funds are betting against the most.
"Flash Boys" hero IEX will finally launch as a stock exchange on Friday.
The Fed's July minutes confirmed what the markets already believed - that a rate hike in September is unlikely.
Shares of Lockheed Martin closed more than 3.5 percent lower Tuesday after announcing the separation of its IT services business.
Roger Krone, Leidos chairman & CEO, discusses Leidos and Lockheed Martin's IT business officially joining forces and the state of defense spending.
With the major averages hitting record intraday highs, market signals are strong and vitals are healthy.
Tech is reshaping stock market sectors at a staggering rate. The Kensho New Economy Indices give investors a way to keep up, and profit.
Kensho is teaming up with CNBC to create a new way of investing in 16 "new economy" indices — from space and drones to wearables and VR.
The S&P 500 is creeping back up to new record highs. Here's what's quietly fueling the rally.
Today's sell-off reflects a perfect little storm for consumer names. But is the consumer really weakening?
The U.S. Air Force said Tuesday that Lockheed Martin's delayed F-35A stealth fighter jet is now considered combat-ready.
Wall Street — and the stock market — may now be comfortable with the idea of a Hillary Clinton victory, but her policies could be negative for many companies.