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Competitors F5 Networks, Cisco, Nokia and Ericsson all traded lower in sympathy with Juniper's weak outlook.
Shares of Integrated Device Technology soared 23 percent on more than triple the normal trading volume.
Marathon Oil's stock rose more than 10 percent, after agreeing to sell nearly $1 billion in non-core assets.
Shares of Chesapeake Energy built on its previous-day gains, rising over 30 percent.
Goldman Sachs reiterated its "conviction buy" rating on Apple, citing an expected earnings beat and high projected iPhone demand.
CNBC's Jim Cramer does not mind the latest Starbucks downgrade, but investors should mind the risks of pulling out of the stock.
One technician is watching the tech sector, not earnings, for a market rally.
The IMF has downgraded its world economic growth forecast yet again and warned of a backlash against cross-border economic integration in richer countries.
Using Kensho, we looked at which stocks perform the best on rebounding oil prices.
The oil-sparked junk bond meltdown last year highlighted a much-needed change for mutual funds and ETFs, Dallas Fed President Rob Kaplan tells CNBC.
"We're playing a little bit of defense right now," Federated's Phil Orlando tells CNBC.
As the first-quarter earnings season gets underway, a group of stocks could be ready to pop, if history is any guide.
Dallas Federal Reserve President Rob Kaplan also says he's not too concerned about the slowing economic growth in the first quarter.
The yen is going to continue to skyrocket, and that could mean more volatility in the stock market — according to one trader.
The "Fast Money" traders give their final trades of the day.
Jim Cramer is ready for earnings season to kick off this week. However, Bernie Sanders could be distracting from what's good.
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