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Amid Wednesday's broad stock rally, investors should take profits in U.S. tech and health-care names, one market watcher said.
Economists talk of a manufacturing renaissance, even though the sector is down 3.2 percent and 2 million jobs have been lost since 2007.
AMPY co-founders Alex Smith and Tejas Shastry pitch their start-up to a panel of experts on CNBC.
Check out the companies making headlines after the bell Wednesday: Box, Krispy Kreme, Nike & more.
If yields keep rising, these two groups of stocks could be in particular trouble.
Robert Peck, an Internet equity analyst, said on Wednesday that he is a big believer in the opportunity presented by Netflix's stock split.
Stocks opened strong and closed strong...with more than 3 stocks advancing for each 1 declining.
Alibaba shares are down 6 percent in the last three weeks but some bulls are taking bets that it will see a rally in the coming month.
Regeneron's shares sank 4 percent despite a positive Food and Drug Administration recommendation on a cholesterol drug. What gives?
While Deepak Ahuja's retirement is important, there is one piece of news that may have been overlooked by many, Jamie Albertine said.
Art Cashin warned that a self-fulfilling prophecy could take hold in bond markets, causing yields to spiral out of the Federal Reserve's control.
In the search for retirement income in a low-yield world, multi-asset ETFs are becoming more popular with financial advisors and investors.
Investors are flooding three ETFs with new money in June. Don't get left out.
What do investors in Japan actually think? A new survey explains.
You can see the demographic changes of stocks, as some are becoming more masculine, while others more feminine, according to data from SigFig.
MSCI's decision to postpone including China mainland shares in its indexing scheme is disappointing, but not irrational.
Stocks could correct this summer, but it won't be because the U.S. market is blindly following Germany.
Some of the names on the move ahead of the open.
“Mad Money” host Jim Cramer shares his favorite financial.
It's been quiet in the U.S. stock market this year ... too quiet.