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Kellogg shares fell after a rumored deal with Kraft Heinz was deemed "not likely" in the near term, according to sources close to the company.
Some of the names on the move ahead of the open.
Morgan Stanley topped analysts' estimates for the second quarter, reporting earnings per share of 75 cents and revenue of $8.9 billion.
Jim Cramer offers his grading system for this earnings season and advised investors which stock is at the top of his class.
Jim Cramer opens up the lesson book to share the biggest takeaways to survive the most intense time of the year.
Twitter and Netflix are both potential acquisition targets, according to Robert Peck, an internet equity analyst at SunTrust Robinson Humphrey.
Four beaten-down companies of 2015 are showing signs of reversing their past misfortunes as we head into the heart of earnings season.
The GOP candidate’s pledge to bring back Glass-Steagall is an unwelcome surprise for the financial services industry.
Traders had been covering shorts ahead of the ruling released Friday, but are re-establishing their positions.
Shares of Anthem, Cigna, Aetna and Humana fell after the DOJ is expected to file lawsuits to block their acquisition deals.
Saira Malik, the leader of CNBC PRO's "Platinum Portfolio" competition with a gain of more than 20 percent, shares her investment strategy in an in-depth interview.
Hasbro will see strong demand for girls toys amid a slowing boys division, Piper Jaffray says.
Despite the post-Brexit market rally, fund managers have gotten even more wary of taking risks.
Major banks have beaten earnings estimates, but the stocks are still down mightily on the year. Here’s what could turn around the group.
History shows the top-performing and most-reliable trade following a huge single-day plunge in Netflix is to wait a month before scooping up the stock.
Oil price charts are following a familiar trend, but a 2015-style, second-half price collapse is unlikely, Citi's Ed Morse says.
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