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Tech company earnings hit this week, and some traders are saying this is the time to bet against the underperforming sector.
Check out the companies making headlines after the bell Monday: Valero, Navient & more.
Investors enjoying the afterglow of a putative deal that will keep Greece in the euro zone for now might not want to get too comfortable.
Amid a volatile run for Chinese stocks, shares listed outside of mainland China may have room to run, one expert said.
Bob Bowman, CEO of MLBAM and president of business and media for Major League Baseball, told CNBC there would be no IPO for the technology division.
SunTrust's Bob Peck explains why Fitbit is the best play in the wearables market.
A stunning chart from Piper Jaffray’s Craig Johnson shows a striking similarity between the Shanghai composite now and the Dow in 1929.
Get ready for earnings season to kick off in earnest this week. But don't be surprised if some of them disappoint—yet again, USAT reports.
"I'm excited about this deal because it says, 'There's a pulse here. Don't give up the ship,'" CNBC's Jim Cramer said.
Greece has secured a third bailout but under terms that are even more restrictive than those it turned down just weeks ago.
Investors are too calm and stock valuations too high ahead of an interest rate increase, James Paulsen told CNBC.
The red-hot bank stocks have cooled off ahead of earnings. And some traders say that makes this a great time to buy.
“Mad Money” host Jim Cramer on what company to consider ahead of earnings.
If China stocks have bottomed, is there a safer way for U.S.-based investors to play a comeback than buying Chinese securities directly?
Many consider municipal bonds a safe bet, but it's key to understand the different types of munis and the ability of an issuer to pay.
Stocks in Venezuela have skyrocketed, but this is far from your traditional bull market.
China probably represents a "greater source of financial risk to the world" than the debt crisis in Greece, former Treasury Secretary Larry Summers tells CNBC.
JPMorgan believes the odds of a market correction are elevated, advising investors to remain cautious.
Some of the names on the move ahead of the open.
The Allianz adviser says investors should be prepared for a difficult implementation of the terms of the agreement.