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CNBC "Halftime Report" trader Jon Najarian bought shares of two energy stocks after spotting unusual activity in the options market.
The SEC is expected to issue a final rule that will allow small companies to raise debt or equity from anyone.
With the faltering 2015 performance of companies with large buybacks, investors are wondering if this financial engineering method has run its course.
This is a comparison of today's FOMC statement with the one issued after the Fed's previous policy-making meeting on Sept. 17.
Buffalo Wild Wings' stock traded sharply lower after the company reported earnings per share that missed expectations.
The stock market rally may need to stay about a given level to prove itself competent — just like a famous baseball journeyman.
Take a look at some of Wednesday's after-hours buzz: GPRO, PYPL, BWLD, YELP & more.
Shares of Amgen popped nearly 2 percent in after-hours trade after the biotech company beat on its third-quarter earnings.
Shares of Maxim Integrated Products jumped Wednesday on a report the company could be a takeover target by Texas Instruments.
These three cars might not immediately come to mind when you think of a muscle car, but could nonetheless prove to be good investments.
It may be difficult for Jack Dorsey, a Twitter founder, to commit to fundamental changes, Citigroup's Mark May said.
Stocks are on track for the best month in four years, but one trader says it won't be long before they head lower.
CNBC data partner Kensho offers a new take on 'Moneyball': uncovering consumer stocks that are heavy-hitters during World Series week.
As if the transition to the cloud isn't challenging enough for IBM, the computing giant keeps running into accounting questions.
The options market is implying a 10% move for LinkedIn after its earnings report. Here's why one trader is betting on a roaring rally.
Matt Hougan, president of ETF.com, reveals a currency ETF that could make you money.
GoPro's debut in 2014 came with lots of buzz. This year, it's a much different story for the camera maker, which reports earnings after the bell.
We are faced with the prospects of four consecutive quarters of negative revenue growth in 2015.
The one thing that could stop GoPro stock's "death defying downhill run."
In a letter to clients, Glenview's Larry Robbins addressed recent losses, defended his health-care positions and offered a new no-fee fund vehicle.