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Cowen was among a number of Wall Street shops to like the idea of a Jet.com takeover by Wal-Mart, but not enough to recommend buying the shares.
Some of the names on the move ahead of the open.
Europe's woes are "going to point you back" to the U.S. and a "very good" 2017 for Wall Street, JMP Securities President Mark Lehmann tells CNBC.
Oil may be wobbling around the $40 a barrel mark, but one strategist has told CNBC that crude is only heading higher in the near term.
Jim Cramer revealed the standouts of earnings season, and what groups to focus on moving forward.
Nike's co-founder Phil Knight did not confirm what Nike pays Michael Jordan today, but said that the original contract was for $250,000 a year.
Jim Cramer highlights four stocks that were left for dead by Wall Street and have shined this earnings season.
It remains to be seen when the market will break out of an earnings recession as second-quarter reports draw to a close.
A revival behind Procter & Gamble's business initiatives will spark new interest in the stock, Deutsche Bank predicts.
Phillips 66 shares climbed more than 2 percent after Cowen and Company upgraded the energy company to "outperform" from "market perform."
Shares of Avis Budget popped more than 6 percent on Wednesday after the company reported second-quarter results the day before.
Zoetis rose 3 percent on Wednesday after the global animal-health company beat the Street's expectations.
Richard Madigan, who oversees $1 trillion as chief investment officer at JPMorgan Private Bank, reveals his favorite sectors for the months ahead.
Two large exploration & production (E&P) companies have reported. Based on recent data, here's what oil companies are doing to cope with $40 crude.
The candidate has been mentioned by name on five major earnings calls over the past month, in contexts that range from the opportunistic to the comical.
Shares of shoemaker Crocs fell Wednesday after the company missed top and bottom line estimates for the second quarter, and lowered its guidance.
Sales growth at the high-flying handbag maker fell well short of analysts' estimates.
Goldman Sachs downgrades its rating on Western Digital to sell from neutral.
Technical analyst Paul Ciana explains why oil may take stocks lower and where traders can find opportunity.
Jim Cramer wasn’t surprised when these CEOs reported weak earnings. They are telling you to sell!
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