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The secret of Jack in the Box, which reported a quarterly cash dividend increase of 50 percent, is in the lease of real estate.
After a bond sale, some traders are betting Qualcomm will see more upside in the months ahead.
Perceived overvaluation in stocks make Europe and Japan more appealing than the U.S., one market watcher said Thursday.
While the number of rigs operating is down more than 50 percent, oil production in the U.S. actually upticked last week, John Kilduff said.
A lackluster year for the stock market has turned into a strong one for active fund managers.
Saudi Arabia's "dire action" to flood the crude market and squeeze out U.S. producers won't work, says American oil billionaire Harold Hamm.
Research firm CB Insights released a report Thursday highlighting just how much money is rushing into start-ups such as Uber, Airbnb and Instacart.
Consumers and investors should expect the "Internet of Everything" space to grow significantly, Derek Aberle says.
Why are all the poultry-related stocks higher in the last five days as concern over avian flu intensifies?
Scott Minerd, Guggenheim Partners CIO, said on Thursday that it's still too soon to make a play on rising interest rates.
Just because Shake Shack had a "fabulous" performance, investors should not short the stock because "people love their burgers," Jim Cramer says.
The surge in bond yields was puzzling, given muted economic growth, says Greg Davis at Vanguard, which just took the bond-fund crown from Pimco.
Housing stocks tend to sink in the summer months, Goldman Sachs has found. Here's what could be behind the strange trend.
Some of the names on the move ahead of the open.
TIAA-CREF portfolio manager Saira Malik sees opportunity with a likely market correction before a Fed rate hike. Here are her picks.
Rising yields and falling prices in bond markets mark the end of a rally, not a selloff, strategist Patrick Chovanec says.
While the market continues to trade sideways, CNBC Pro used a proprietary method to scan for ETFs that could move higher.
The key is to look at the dollar move in the context of a longer-term trend, strategists told CNBC.
A tumble in the dollar means central banks in Europe and Japan may have to maintain monetary stimulus for longer than anticipated, analysts say.
Jim Cramer spoke with Cisco's CEO John Chambers, who is leaving after running the company for 20 years. Could this be the end of a technology era?