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With not much on the calendar, market focus will move to the price of oil, a few economic reports and whatever the winds blow in from overseas.
Billionaire Carl Icahn bought 306,846 more shares of Herbalife on Aug. 31, according to a Friday filing.
If investors looked just at the broad stock market's slow grind, they'd have missed opportunities in some recently shunned sectors.
Now that the August jobs report is in, major Wall Street firms are mostly looking at a rate hike in December at the earliest.
Shares of Mylan extended losses Friday after claims that Mylan misclassified the lifesaving EpiPen device.
Could the Twitter rally be over? Traders in the options pit seem to think so.
Todd Gordon of TradingAnalysis.com is trading GLD after the jobs report.
Delta shares seesawed Friday after the carrier reported a large decline in revenue for August.
Jim Cramer outlined what prompted Salesforce's stock to drop, and why he's sticking with it.
Shares of Lululemon Athletica dropped more than 7.5 percent after hours on Thursday following weak 3Q guidance.
Shares of Salesforce fell more than 4 percent Thursday amid disappointing third-quarter guidance.
The number of common stocks trading on major U.S. exchanges are the fewest in three decades, according to Jefferies.
Shares of specialty retailer Genesco plummeted more than 32 percent Thursday after the company's revenue and a key retail metric disappointed Wall Street.
Casino stocks surged after revenue in Macau posted the first positive monthly year-over-year revenue growth in more than two years.
Both the SPDR S&P Bank ETF and the SPDR S&P Regional Bank ETF neared session lows in early trading, down more than 1 percent each.
Diamond Offshore shares fall sharply after it reported a drilling contract was terminated prematurely by Petrobras.
The dip in bullishness could prove profitable for those investors willing to take a contrarian view.
Shares of Twitter briefly traded higher amid further speculation about the future of the struggling social media company.
The futures markets are seeing activity like never before, and that's likely to continue through the rest of the year, according to the TABB Group.
The Fed might need to cut rates to as low as negative 2 percent, far below levels other global central banks have tested, a former Fed economist said.
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