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The S&P 500 roared back from a post-Brexit sell-off to set a new all-time record high, but David Alton Clark believes this is unjustified.
Goldman Sachs chief U.S. equity strategist David Kostin is expecting a pullback and a range-bound market for the next two years.
United Continental shares soared more than 6 percent on Tuesday after the airline company announced positive guidance.
Shares of Shire rose more than 3 percent after it won approval from the FDA for its new dry-eye treatment Xiidra.
Shares of CytRx took a huge hit after the company missed the mark in Phase 3 trial of its new cancer drug.
The ETF industry has come a long way in 23 years, and indications are that it's only going to get bigger — a lot bigger.
The financial sector is the only one in the S&P 500 to still be in the red this year. Can financials make a comeback?
Piper Jaffray reaffirmed its overweight rating on Netflix due to strong pricing power.
Alcoa's stock popped 3 percent after beating earnings estimates by six cents per share for its second quarter.
Analysts at Morgan Stanley took a stab at what Tesla's trajectory could be following Musk's "secret master plan" announcement.
The S&P is at a new high, but it has been there all year, once you factor in dividend gains of roughly 2.2 percent.
Citigroup shares rose nearly 2.5 percent after the global bank said its unit would cease the servicing of certain accounts in Venezuela.
Investors should add Panera to the menu as it will boost traffic and sales with new salads, according to the firm.
AMC Theatres CEO Adam Aron says his company's acquisition of London-based Odeon and UCI Cinemas could be the first of many post-Brexit deals.
SAGE skyrockets after it announces results for a trial involving a drug to treat postpartum depression.
Fixed income strategist Mark Grant says a dip in global bond yields is herding investors to the U.S.
Saira Malik, whose stock picks for CNBC PRO's "Platinum Portfolio" competition are up more than 20 percent this year, shares her investment strategy.
Residents of some states are smarter about money than others — and better at putting that knowledge into action to help their finances.
Some of the names on the move ahead of the open.
Alcoa beat expectations on the top and the bottom, and its stock popped more than 4 percent.
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