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A daily morning look at the financial stories you need to know to start the day.
Some of the names on the move ahead of the open.
The "Fast Money" traders share their first moves for the market open.
While the Dow Jones industrial average lost more than 250 points Tuesday, Apple and PayPal each gained at least 2.5 percent.
A Fed rate hike will cause near-term reallocations in the stock market but not long-term problems, Bill Miller said Tuesday.
Shares of Freeport-McMoRan fell after the company announced it was selling more assets, a deal that some analysts said was "cheap."
Global fund managers are upping their cash holdings because they increasingly believe that both bonds and stocks are too pricey.
Jim Chanos discusses his short investments and more with CNBC's Scott Wapner at CNBC/Institutional Investor's Delivering Alpha conference.
UBS' Dawn Fitzpatrick said that the markets are too focused on central banks and should pay more attention to political catalysts.
Short seller Jim Chanos on Tuesday said he is still short shares of Valeant, and he's not about to close out his bet anytime soon.
Mark Carhart, CIO and founding partner of Kepos Capital, discusses insuring against stock market crash risk and investing quant factors.
Are bond yields set for a breakout? One technician makes the case for higher bond yields.
Dawn Fitzpatrick, global head of equities and the O'Connor hedge fund business at UBS, discusses how the nonprofessional can invest like a hedge fund.
Teck Resources has seen its shares explode over the past year, put Robert Bishop believes there's still room for growth.
Jim Chanos called Tesla's proposed merger with SolarCity "the height of folly."
The e-commerce titan will rise on the strength of revenue growth and margin expansion in its rapidly growing Web Services business, Miller said.
Concern about the "pending disaster" coming for high-dividend stocks is overblown, Jonathan Golub tells CNBC. The market is still "dying for yield," he adds.
Veteran trader Dennis Gartman explains why a Trump presidency will be "enormously bearish" for stocks and bonds, but good for gold.
With interest rates low and stock valuations high, the traditional 60-40 portfolio split of stocks to bonds no longer cuts it, said Mark Carhart.
Shares of Blue Buffalo Pet Products fell after saying its top two holders will sell part of their stakes through a secondary offering.
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