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A greater-than-usual number of companies have reported disappointing revenue results and tepid guidance this quarter, leading strategists to expect a more volatile time for stocks.
Volatile markets have made defensive stocks attractive, but after Coke and Pepsi's strong earnings reports, it might be time to look elsewhere.
IBM's awful earnings performance in the first quarter likely foretells a rough time ahead for the stock market.
Banks have shored up their balance sheets and continue to rack up the profits, while disappointing investors who are worried about growth.
Boeing moved higher Friday morning, after news that the FAA is expected to approve Boeing's plan to fix its Dreamliner. One options trader got into the trade ahead of time.
Lower inflation resulting from falling oil prices could allow more expansionary monetary policies in Europe, Credit Suisse says.
It's time to get defensive, Michael Farr of Farr, Miller & Washington says.
Google's earnings appear positive for the company's stock, Martin Pyykkonen says.
After Nokia reported weaker sales, one analyst said the company needs to boost smartphone sales before driving up prices.
For investors with a long time horizon, Amazon is the Internet stock to own, one analyst said.
If Apple doesn't announce a dividend increase with its earnings report next week, its stock price will continue to drop, one pro says.
Leading emerging markets investor Mark Mobius is still bullish on China, despite the country's disappointing economic growth in the first quarter.
Apple tumbled to its lowest level in over a year, as investors continued to dump shares of the tech company amid worries over second-quarter iPad mini shipments.
The focus for Yahoo investors shouldn't be CEO Marissa Mayer's turnaround efforts, but the value of its Asian assets, say analysts.
Is gasoline delivering a warning about the consumer? Experts disagree on whether low gas prices are good news or bad news.
Bank of America's earnings report may have disappointed, but one analyst told CNBC the stock may continue to rise.
The firm expects clients to keep pouring cash into stocks as they look for better returns given historically low interest rates, Larry Fink told CNBC.
The commodity markets have reached a key turning point, and U.S. equities will reap the benefits, Jim Cramer says.
Gold prices continued to plummet Monday on Cyprus selling concerns, Dennis Gartman, editor of The Gartman Letter, told CNBC.
The tech sector has lagged, but a better-than-forecast earnings season and an improving U.S. economy could lift the sector.
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