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A rare condition known as "backwardation" speaks to traders' anxiety over the upcoming French election.
Expectations for Wall Street are high as stocks have stalled near record highs, USA Today reports.
Shares of Tractor Supply fall after the company reported disappointing same-store sales results to start the year.
One of the most popular post-election trades just lost all its 2017 gains.
The report comes days after activist investor Jana Partners took nearly a 9% stake.
Here's the full interview of Rafferty Capital Markets’ Dick Bove on CNBC's "Squawk Box."
A popular gold miner ETF is finding it difficult to match its index after $4 billion from investors poured in amid the big bullion rally.
Neurocrine says the FDA has approved Ingrezza, the only drug for treatment of adults with tardive dyskinesia.
Here's the problem: a lot is expected to go right with bank earnings.
Jim Cramer looks to Bob Lang's charts to reveal major biotech names that are rallying despite Washington's drug pricing controversy.
After a horrendous plunge, one retail stock is beating a striking comeback.
Bank of America Merrill Lynch added Hess to the firm's US1 best ideas list.
As quarterly earnings season kicks into gear this week, no sector will be more important than banks.
Mylan said production at its Nashik site continues uninterrupted at this time.
Canada's potential marijuana legalization could lure cannabis connoisseurs from the United States, NBC News reports.
Brazilian airline Azul opened at $22 per share in its market debut on Tuesday.
Twenty-seven companies receive more than 20 percent of their revenue from Apple, according to FactSet.
United Continental drops 2 percent in the face of outrage over a passenger being dragged off an overbooked flight.
As one benchmark European stock market makes new highs, technical analyst Ari Wald senses a prime opportunity — in the United States.
JPMorgan raises its price target for Western Digital to $116 from $80, representing 37 percent upside from Monday’s close.
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