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Shares of Alibaba climbed roughly 2.5 percent after Morgan Stanley raised its price target and revenue guidance for the Chinese e-commerce giant.
Xerox gained nearly 2 percent after the firm added Jonathan Christodoro, managing director of Icahn Capital, to its board of directors.
Stifel Nicolaus started coverage on Cigna with a buy rating and a $169 target on shares, based on the current Anthem deal value.
Shares of LendingClub advanced nearly 5 percent after the firm named Scott Sanborn as its permanent chief executive officer.
Xerox has named the managing director of Icahn Enterprises unit Icahn Capital, has been appointed to the company's board of directors.
Jim Cramer explained the impact of the Brexit vote, and why he thinks it was a foolish move.
Jim Cramer boiled the trillions of dollars lost down to two issues, thanks to the selfish actions of only a few.
Markets hemorrhaged more than $3 trillion through Monday, according to data from S&P Global, the worst ever.
Jim Cramer breaks down the recent Twilio IPO to determine if it is worth investing.
Jim Cramer usually tells investors to buy into weakness, but this time around, he is changing his tune.
The "Fast Money" traders spotted some opportunities to buy stocks as markets continued to sell off post-Brexit.
There's a strong probability that the emotional intensity we've had over the last couple of days starts to wind down, Jim Paulsen says.
The signs say gold may be topping out, but it is still a good hedge, Goldman's Jeffrey Currie says.
These are the issues facing U.S. banks after the Brexit vote, CLSA's Mike Mayo says. However, there is good news.
Check out the companies making headlines after the bell Monday: Chipotle Mexican Grill, SolarCity, Carnival and more.
U.S. markets are performing better than other global indexes after the Brexit vote, but are they protected enough?
Failing to get Congress to overturn the federal fiduciary rule for financial advisors, opponents are betting another lawsuit will succeed.
These are the stocks to buy on a Brexit pullback, according to Deutsche Bank.
Williams Companies dipped about 3 percent as the completion of its $33 billion merger with ETE came into question.
"Halftime Report" trader Joe Terranova cuts risk in his CNBC PRO model portfolio Monday after he wrongly went all in before the Brexit decision.
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