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The Dow's break back above 18,000 could point the way to further gains, based on how it tends to perform after hitting round-numbered levels.
The UK is not going to vote to leave the European Union, according to Jeffrey Gundlach, the influential bond investor.
As the first-quarter earnings season gets underway, a group of stocks could be ready to pop, if history is any guide.
Illumina's stock dropped nearly 24 percent after reporting preliminary first-quarter revenues well below expectations.
There is reason to believe the earnings recession could come to an end in the second quarter.
CNBC's Bob Pisani explains the key metrics investors should be focused on during earnings.
Goldman Sachs reported earnings that topped lowered analysts' expectations, but revenue nearly halved.
The new BVP Cyber Index reveals the relationship between high-profile data breaches and IT security stocks.
Harley-Davidson's stock fell more than 3 percent, erasing earlier gains despite reporting better-than-expected quarterly results.
Netflix shares fell sharply after issuing surprisingly weak subscriber guidance.
UnitedHealth reported a 14 percent rise in profit helped by strength in its Optum business which offers health care services and drug benefit plans.
The "Fast Money" traders picked the names they're keeping an eye on this earnings season.
The "Fast Money" traders give their final trades of the day.
Citigroup on Monday cut its outlook for the U.S. economy for 2016-2017, saying "the risks are very evident on the downside."
Even as the Dow crosses above the widely watched 18,000 level, some very dour news is expected out of the 30 Dow companies.
Jim Cramer says Doha doesn't matter. Oil just hit equilibrium, and power comes down only one country on earth.
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