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Check out the companies making headlines after the bell Wednesday: Morgan Stanley, American Express, Pier 1 and more.
There's one sector that could surge ahead of the U.S. presidential election if history is any indicator.
Andrew Keene of AlphaShark trades gold-mining company Barrick Gold after predicting that gold will fall in the next few months.
Hunter Keay praised United for having the "best board in the industry."
The dividend yield on the S&P may be higher than the 10-year Treasury yield, but that doesn't mean equities are a great bargain.
Shares of MBIA, Assured Guaranty and Ambac Financial spiked after a Puerto Rico rescue package passed the Senate.
PrivateBancorp shares spiked 23 percent after it announced a buyout agreement with the Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce.
Energy Transfer Equity shares spiked 4 percent after it officially pulled out of a $33 billion merger deal with the Williams Companies.
Weyerhaeuser stocks popped more than 4 percent Wednesday after D.A. Davidson upgraded its shares.
Recent advances by market laggards show buying interest and seller exhaustion are driving prices.
Niraparib was shown to extend the time elapsed between treatment of ovarian cancer and tumor progression.
The sky is the limit for Twilio, a company that went public just last week, CNBC's Jim Cramer says.
Jim Cramer was shocked by the fiery moves of one sleepy stock. Does it have more room to run?
Jim Cramer discovered a bizarre pattern in the fear index, which could mean stocks are only just beginning to roar.
Moody's altered it's outlook on 12 United Kingdom-based banks Tuesday, after the country's Brexit referendum.
Check out the companies making headlines after the bell Tuesday: Nike, United Technologies, LyondellBasell and more.
Martin Sass, who manages $7 billion at M.D. Sass, a New York-based investment firm he founded in 1972, shares his investment thesis on Brexit.
The market's attention will soon pivot to earnings and that could be good news, Morgan Stanley's Dan Skelly says.
Expect a rise in hacktivism and regulatory complexity, and a reduction in tech talent and information-sharing, said experts.
Britain's departure from the European Union could pose a risk for retail companies conducting business in its market