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Stocks eased off their worst levels to end mostly flat in another thin session Monday, but still remained around four-year highs, lifted by gains in techs.
Energy investors remain bullish on ExxonMobil, even though the outlook for oil prices remain uncertain, two analysts told CNBC.
A day after the expiration of Facebook’s initial lock-up period, one analyst said the stock is “very close to being extremely attractive” despite plunging roughly 50 percent since its IPO.
Paul Ryan isn’t the only one in Washington who uses the P90X workout system, Michelle Obama and members of the Secret Service are using it too, Tony Horton, the creator, told CNBC’s “Squawk on the Street.”
With Groupon shares hitting new lows this week, two analysts raised concerns about the future trading success of the coupon company.
Discount retailer Target hit the bull's-eye with its better-than-expected earnings report and subsequent stock rise on Wednesday. One analyst thinks the discount retailer still has room to run.
Greek and other heavily-indebted euro zone countries' banks are staying afloat thanks to a system which creates a circular flow of cash not unlike a Ponzi scheme, analysts told CNBC on Wednesday.
Major data security companies like Juniper and Cisco are struggling to keep up with their smaller competitors in the battle against cyber crime, analyst Jayson Noland told CNBC.
Although Wednesday’s Facebook lock-up expiration might tempt shareholders to sell their shares, one analyst thinks the next major expiration in November will spur the real selloff.
Half a year into J.C. Penney’s strategy to transform its retail experience for shoppers, one analyst expressed doubt that the company’s same-store sales declines have stabilized.
Although Priceline's outlook disappointed Wall Street on Tuesday, one analyst still has an “overweight” rating on the stock and said it is in a “good spot long-term” despite weakness in Europe.
Stocks ended narrowly mixed in lackluster trading Thursday, with the Dow breaking a four-day winning streak, as investors digested a better-than-expected jobless claims report against waning optimism over the ECB to tackle the region's debt crisis.
Chinese policymakers are likely to cut interest rate and reserve ratio requirements this quarter, JPMorgan’s Chief Asian and Emerging Markets Equity Strategist, Adrian Mowat, told CNBC’s “Squawk on the Street” on Thursday.
Starbucks isn't waiting around for mobile payments to catch on; in fact, the company's recent partnership with Square is a "breakthrough deal for the marketplace," said Starbucks CEO Howard Schultz.
Samsung is in trouble unless it gets its hands on some software, and one way it could do this is by buying Blackberry maker Research in Motion or licensing their software, said Peter Misek, Jefferies managing director and senior tech analyst, on Wednesday.
Amazon is stepping into the social-gaming business, and it's turning to Facebook to host its first game.
Knight Capital Group still does not know what caused the trading glitch that sent the company into a near-death spiral, but is taking steps to make sure there isn't a repeat performance, CEO Thomas Joyce told CNBC.
The U.S. economy followed up a weak second quarter by creating more jobs than expected with 163,000 new positions added in July, but the unemployment rate rose to 8.3 percent.
The social-networking giant saw its shares hit a fresh all-time low in trading on Thursday, driven lower by investors who have in the words of one analyst put the stock “in a penalty box.”
Looking for an early read into General Motors’ upcoming earnings report on Thursday? Then, check out Fiat’s release, says one hedge fund managing partner, who listed the Italian automaker among the most important emerging market producers right now.
Jim Cramer is host of CNBC's "Mad Money" and co-anchor of the 9 a.m. ET hour of CNBC's "Squawk on the Street."
Carl Quintanilla is an Emmy-winning reporter and co-anchor of CNBC's "Squawk on the Street," broadcast live from the NYSE.
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Rick Santelli joined CNBC Business News as an on-air editor in 1999, reporting live from the floor of the Chicago Board of Trade.
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