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United Technologies on Wednesday posted earnings and revenue that topped analysts' expectations.
Twitter on Tuesday posted mixed quarterly results and gave sales guidance that fell well short of Wall Street's expectations.
Jim Cramer goes off the charts and discovers a bullish pattern that could be pointing to good news for the entire U.S. economy.
Goldman Sachs' Jeff Currie says prices may stay low enough for long enough to force big oil to cut dividends.
In the land of Hindenburg Omens, January Barometers and Super Bowl Effects, few indicators get investors' toes tapping as much as the Golden Cross.
BlackRock pointed to recovering oil prices, less volatility around China's currency, and the weaker dollar.
Micron surges as rival chipmaker sees easing pricing pressure.
Technician Ari Wald believes this could be the driver of a rise in equities.
Penske's stock was on pace for it's best day in more than four years.
High-yield bond investors may be cheering oil’s recent bounce back above $40, but HSBC's Mary Bowers cautions that relief might be short-lived.
With two-thirds of the year left, there's ample time to rejigger your finances to trim taxable income and maximize deductions. Here's how.
BP's message to other oil companies in the first quarter was loud and clear, CNBC's Jim Cramer says.
Using Kensho, we looked at how securities perform in rising rate environments.
Some of the names on the move ahead of the open.
The Fed begins its two-day meeting Tuesday, but earnings from Apple after the closing bell may create a bigger trading event.
Wall Street believes Hillary Clinton will be the 45th president of the United States, and that makes investing ahead of the election a lot easier.
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