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In the current market environment, CLSA's Mike Mayo looks to the financials as pillars of strength.
Check out the companies making headlines after the bell Thursday: INTC, WBMD, ADI and more.
China and oil volatility coupled with weak earnings are just a few issues weighing on markets.
There's a strange role reversal taking place Thursday.
Jeffrey Hirsch, editor-in-chief of the Stock Trader's Almanac, shares his views on what could be ahead for the market this election year.
Earnings would be negative even without counting energy, the first time that's happened since S&P 500 profits turned negative in 2015.
Investors are selling GoPro just as enthusiastically as they once bought it.
The options market is implying a larger-than-average move for Intel's stock once the tech giant reports Thursday.
A "sell the rally" mindset will persist until investors get clarity on a few key issues, Art Hogan said.
Analysts said Best Buy's dip to $26 represents a buying opportunity for investors, as its long-term recovery remains in tact.
"When it's in the press, it's in the price," Fidelity Worldwide Investment's Paras Anand says. He has advice on how to break out of the echo chamber.
The ever-declining U.S. oil rig count should really start to take a bite out of the oversupply problem this year, KLR's John Gerdes says.
Investors should carefully watch JPMorgan Chase's stock following the release of its latest quarterly report, CNBC's Jim Cramer says.
Despite the big market losses, there are some winners out there, including Macy's and Time Warner. Here are the rest.
With the markets in correction territory, investor Raoul Pal says it's about to get a lot worse.
Mergers between U.S. banks could hit the highest level in a decade this year, Rafferty Capital's Richard Bove told CNBC on Thursday.
Some of the names on the move ahead of the open.
U.S. stocks plunged Wednesday with the selling accelerating after the S&P 500 broke through a key level technical analysts were watching as support.
As fourth-quarter earnings season gets underway with JPMorgan on Thursday, traders are watching to see if stocks can hang on to last year's low.
Three out of five financial advisors say more than half of clients are more concerned about retirement security than last year.
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