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Some of the names on the move ahead of the open.
A daily look at the morning's key financial stories.
Central banks are moving to end a near decade-long bond market party that resulted in ultra-low yields and low volatility.
When you're new to investing, it's all too easy to mess up.
Jim Cramer explains why you don’t need tech stocks and other high flyers to have a winning portfolio.
Jim Cramer lists some of his top worries about the market that investors should prepare for in the event of catastrophe.
The full interview with Mark Fisher.
Gold has rallied 6 percent this year, and one trader is betting nearly $1.5 million on an even bigger rise for the precious metal.
Raymond James initiates coverage on Nike with an outperform rating, optimistic over plans to sell on social media and e-commerce platforms.
Renowned energy trader Mark Fisher on Thursday forecast that a string of unseasonably warm winters will break and send natural gas higher.
JPMorgan analysts are further reducing their GE price target, citing entrenched issues that new leadership may not be able to fix.
Everything you need to get up to speed and start investing.
The first half of 2017 saw 54 percent of large-cap active fund managers beat their benchmarks.
Why aren't more people actively looking for work again with the job market so strong? Part of the answer may be opioid addiction.
The Victoria's Secret operator missed sales expectations, losing more ground than anticipated.
There may be some great contrarian plays in retail, but department stores aren't one of them, Eaton Vance's Eddie Perkin says.
Growth stocks have led the way this year, but some say a big shift is underway.
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