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Not since the financial crisis have fund managers been so worried about protectionism.
GM's warning about Europe did little to cool the enthusiasm of investors, who pushed the company's shares higher.
Union Pacific stocks dropped more than 2 percent after reporting a 12 percent decline in operating revenue for its second quarter.
Legendary investor Warren Buffett spoke at length about a secret meeting held by CEOs and other top executives on improving governance principles.
Shares of Southwest Airlines dropped Thursday despite hitting quarterly-record in profits.
Jefferies put T-Mobile on its franchise pick list because it is due for strong revenue growth and subscriber gains this year.
Dunkin' Brands shares fell as much as 4 percent after the company reported weaker-than-expected sales growth and headwinds in international markets.
Apple's revenues in China could be down 20 percent in China in its quarterly earnings report, according to research by Baidu.
Shares of defense contractors Lockheed Martin and L-3 Communications hit highs this week. Now what?
Goldman Sachs reaffirmed its buy rating on Amazon despite the prediction that sales will miss Wall Street estimates.
Widely followed investor Byron Wien predicts that stocks are set to go negative on the year.
Macquarie is bullish on the consumer e-commerce and services stocks.
The recent rally is underpinned by solid fundamentals, says UBS' Jeremy Zirin.
Goldman Sachs reaffirms its buy rating on Qualcomm and adds the company to its conviction buy list.
Some traditional technology companies have the perfect combination of dividend yield, growth and valuation.
Some of the names on the move ahead of the open.
Jim Cramer looked at the most important number in Facebook’s earnings.
Jim Cramer identified one red-hot group that could go from being man’s best friend to your portfolio’s best friend.
Planes, trains and automobiles, as well as financial companies and consumer names, will join the earnings deluge Thursday.
Microsoft may have blown away Wall Street's earnings predictions, but it has another key challenge ahead.
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