If the market bounces powerfully, these stocks could soar. Eddy Elfenbein of Crossing Wall Street and Stacey Gilbert of Susquehanna discuss with Seema Mody.
Stifel’s Devitt says sell
Scott Devitt at Stifel discusses his report downgrading TripAdvisor and Expedia with the FMHR traders.
Some of the names on the move ahead of the open.
U.S. stock futures were tanking this morning, extending Wednesday's late-session sell-off.
Check out the companies making headlines after the bell Wednesday: Twitter, Tesla, Amazon and more.
Christine Short of Estimize takes a look at five companies with the biggest negative revisions ahead of this week’s earnings.
Morgan Stanley joins Goldman Sachs in saying oil is at risk of plunging to $20 a barrel.
Oil prices plunged to their lowest level in more than 11 years Wednesday, setting up a potential winning trade for investors.
France struck back at foreign "world's best restaurants" listings that ignore French restaurants with a list of its own.
Returns within the S&P 500 are concentrated in a handful of its largest stocks, an alarming trend not seen since the dot-com bust.
Apple has made up one-fifth of the S&P 500's profit margin growth in the last five years. However, the company's growth seems to have since stalled.
Shares of Priceline tumbled 9 percent on lower expected growth, and traders say the company faces more challenges.
These are the stocks posting the largest moves before the bell: HUM, CI, DIS, DD, DWA, SHAK & more
Nvidia and TripAdvisor moved in opposite directions after results Thursday. But both hold upside, "Fast Money" traders said.
U.S. stock futures were higher this morning, after Wall Street gave up early gains Wednesday as Fed Chair Janet Yellen reiterated before a House panel the possibility a December rate hike.
How the sharing economy could be transforming how renters rent.
If the market is on the precipice of a year-end comeback, these names could stand above the rest.
Bank of America Merrill Lynch recommended which Internet stocks will report better-than-expected Q3 results in a note to clients on Tuesday.
Start-up DUFL stores items from your closet and ships them where you travel, so you never have to pack again.