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Investors shouldn't worry as much about global "noise" and should instead focus on this, Glenmede's Jason Pride says.
Alaska Sen. Lisa Murkowski plans to introduce legislation this year to end the ban on US oil exports, in place since the 1970s.
Amid the deluge of major earnings reports, traders will also be keeping an eye on the oil market, as U.S. oil futures for May expire Tuesday.
Check out the companies making headlines after the bell Monday: IBM, Fortinet, Lam Research & more.
Todd Gordon says one sector ETF is set to surge.
Dave Seaburg of Cowen & Co. explains why McDonald's stock is stuck in a range.
Traders are experiencing lots of twists and turns, but ending up back where they started, Art Cashin tells CNBC.
Despite muted performance in 2014, investors have more hedge funds than ever to choose from, according to new data.
Traders may get a big move when the social media giant reports earnings after the bell on Wednesday.
Here are three explanations I have heard for the market action in the last two days.
There is downside risk to oil prices in the second quarter as Saudi Arabia increases productions levels, a Barclays analyst said Monday.
IBM faces serious currency headwinds as it prepares to report earnings after the bell on Monday, Morningstar's Peter Wahlstrom told CNBC.
Some estimate China's lower requirements for bank reserves could free up about $160 billion.
US oil companies have quickly become the new swing factor in the oil market. How they react to the crash will be key to future oil prices.
"This is why I trade options instead of stock—because you can get the better return on investment if you're right about your position," one analyst said.
Some of the names on the move ahead of the open.
CNBC Pro highlights the five best strategy notes that came across our desk this week.
The dramatic 10-month drop in the price of oil could be due to ultra-loose monetary policy by the U.S. Federal Reserve, according to a senior analyst.
Oppenheimer's Ari Wald says the chart of crude reminds him strongly of 2009. And that's good news for the oil bulls.