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Deutsche Bank lowered its rating for Viacom to sell from hold, on the risk cable companies may drop its networks on popular packages.
Wall Street is disappointed with Yelp's outlook for the rest of 2017.
Other big social media stocks like Facebook and Twitter fell sharply after their first public earnings report.
Pret A Manger's owner is considering an initial public offering in the United States, according to Bloomberg.
A daily look at the morning's key financial stories.
Reports of a potential takeover send shares of Abercrombie & Fitch skyrocketing.
One popular biotech-tracking ETF has gained 10 percent this year, and some strategists see more room to run.
Some of the names on the move ahead of the open.
Shares of Nvidia surge thanks to a solid earnings beat and a bullish outlook.
Goldman raises its rating on Coach shares to buy from neutral due to the cost savings potential of its Kate Spade acquisition.
U.S. equity futures slide as Trump's firing of Comey raised questions about the implementation of pro-growth policies.
There's one technical indicator that suggests the market rally could be stalling.
We all know retail is in upheaval, but something has happened in the last few months. We seem to have reached some kind of tipping point.
Jim Cramer pointed to consumer spending on vacations and travel as a possible pull from retail purchases.
Jim Cramer takes to the charts to predict the fate of declining crude prices.
There is low volatility now, but it will spike again — perhaps when the Fed starts to shrink its balance sheet, Liz Ann Sonders said.
A day after the French presidential election, Davide Serra shared his views on investing in Europe in an exclusive CNBC PRO interview.
A South Korean fund traded in the U.S. jumped Tuesday after exit polls showed a liberal candidate won the presidential election.
Investors are listening to Warren Buffett's calls for index funds.
Snapchat's parent company has done much better at raising money than making profits. Its first earnings report should show impact of Facebook competition.
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