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The stock was also upgraded by Canaccord Genuity on Thursday, following the company's strong quarterly results.
Evercore on Thursday told clients the market reaction to comments from Facebook's CFO on the earnings outlook may have been misunderstood.
Marathon Oil also raised the low end of its full-year exploration and production guidance.
First Solar reported a 30 percent price drop in solar panels, which has forced it to walk away from some money-losing supply contracts.
Credit Suisse strategist Andrew Garthwaite predicts the 10-year Treasury yield may rise to above 2.25 percent by the end of 2017.
Jim Cramer says he thinks everybody who wants a Fitbit already has one.
Shares of Facebook declined 5 percent on Thursday after CFO David Wehner warned that ad revenue growth could slow in 2017.
Cramer says the three words 'meaningfully,' 'aggressive' and 'substantial' overshadowed Facebook's strong quarter.
Technical analyst Chris Kimble says the next support level for the S&P 500 is 1,930.
The U.K. currency spiked against the dollar on Thursday morning with the country's high court ruling that any proposed Brexit plan would have to be approved by lawmakers before being implemented.
Some of the names on the move ahead of the open.
Energy companies from around the world are chasing Iranian oil deals after the nation unveiled a new model contract for foreign investors.
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Its fiscal 2017 guidance represents growth between 17 percent and 19 percent on a GAAP basis.
The markets would feel a negative ripple effect, JPMorgan Chief Economist Bruce Kasman tells CNBC.
Tableau said its earnings results were impacted by extended sales cycles on large deals in the US and softness in international markets.
The New York Times explains 'phi,' an investment performance metric that measures passion.
The Mexican peso has become the proxy for U.S. presidential election sentiment this year, and the trend was holding true on Wednesday.
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