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A Hillary Clinton presidency would do less damage than a Donald Trump one, Nuveen Asset Management’s Bob Doll says.
A group of S&P companies rewards shareholders with dividend increases. Here are some of those names.
Shares of Brown-Forman advanced more than 3 percent after reporting better-than-expected fiscal fourth-quarter results.
"Halftime Report" trader Jon Najarian bought Gilead and Weatherford for his CNBC PRO model portfolio, which is currently up 13 percent on the year.
Dave and Buster’s traded more than 8 percent higher Wednesday after reporting better-than-expected quarterly results.
Verifone is taking a beating because of this, and its latest quarterly results show that, CNBC's Jim Cramer says.
LendingClub shares jump after reports of tighter lending practices and a possible takeover bid by ousted CEO Renaud Laplanche.
Canadian yoga-wear retailer Lululemon Athletica's quarterly profit fell 5 percent as costs rose.
Jim Cramer goes off the charts to find out why Advanced Micro Devices has suddenly come back to life.
Jim Cramer did some digging, and uncovered what element is driving the value of stocks higher.
Jim Cramer is seeing signals that the airline stocks could fly much higher soon, which could lift the economy as well.
The "Fast Money" traders debated which laggards they would own that have missed out on the recent rally.
Here's why one trader thinks equities are moving higher over the next couple of months.
Jim Cramer lists the ingredients of what makes this a special moment for stocks.
Check out the companies making headlines after the bell Tuesday: Under Armour, Dave & Buster's, Verifone and more.
Shares of SodaStream gained after reports that Keurig was discontinuing its Kold product line and laying off employees.
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