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Snapchat has raised $175 million in fresh funding from Fidelity Investments, giving the company the same $16 billion valuation it had a year ago.
CNBC "Halftime Report" trader Pete Najarian bought shares of General Motors Thursday for his model portfolio.
As recent market gains have renewed risk appetite, junk bonds are getting a fresh look.
UBS bank analyst Brennan Hawken took on Bill Gross' bearish sector call on Thursday, saying it is a good time to buy financials.
Smaller companies on the S&P 500 have been doing their part in the recent rally. An equally weighted index is up 10.5% since the low in February.
Global markets have been steady heading into Friday's jobs report. But almost as important as positive data, according to Art Hogan, may be the conversation.
Bank of Tokyo-Mitsubishi's Derek Halpenny tells CNBC there's scope for major declines in the U.K. currency as the "Brexit" debate rages on.
Careful when looking at Friday's jobs report, UBS' Art Cashin says.
A very important technical level may be warning investors to stay away from some potentially dangerous sectors.
A group of 40 major banks have tested a way to trade fixed income assets using the blockchain, the technology that underpins bitcoin.
In a CNBC interview, JPMorgan Chase chief Jamie Dimon shared his views on negative interest rates and was upbeat on the U.S. economy.
Some investors may be nervous about China but UBS's Min Lan Tan says there are some great investment opportunities in the region right now.
Deflationary tides are lapping the shores of countries across the world and financial bubbles are set to burst everywhere, Vikram Mansharamani, a lecturer at Yale University, told CNBC on Thursday.
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