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Cisco Systems fell more than 1.5 percent as Goldman Sachs said it saw limited upside for the stock.
Here's why Morgan Stanley's Dennis Lynch thinks there are still opportunities in these growth names.
The "Fast Money" traders talked how to play upcoming events, after MSCI delayed the inclusion of mainland-listed Chinese A shares.
Jim Cramer goes off the charts to look at home improvement stocks that could be ready to rebuild.
Jim Cramer says the market has been through far worse before. A Brexit doesn't mean investors should run for the hills.
Check out the companies making headlines after the bell Tuesday: Marathon Oil, Office Depot, MetLife and more.
One trader sees the greenback going even higher, making an ETF tracking the currency worth an options play.
Baidu's stock fell 1.7 percent Tuesday after the company slashed its revenue guidance.
Art Hogan, chief market strategist at Wunderlich Securities, tells CNBC that there’s no point in gambling on a Brexit.
Never in the past 20 years have stocks remained this stable while the VIX has risen this much.
In a market marked by "extreme moves," here is what BlackRock's Rick Rieder would do in fixed income.
Synchrony Financial took a 14 percent dive after the company disclosed its expectation for higher charge-off rates.
Cash hoards sitting inside the world's biggest technology companies come with a big asterisk. Breakingviews explains the reasons.
Homebuilder stocks fell broadly as construction materials sales slipped for the second straight month.
Shares of Zimmer Biomet were down after the company announced it was pricing its secondary offering.
Shares of Charter Communications rose slightly Tuesday after Morgan Stanley reiterated its “overweight” rating on the company.
John Wiley fell more than 6 percent after reporting earnings that were below expectations.
Alibaba's stock popped 3 percent after the company reported that it expects its transaction volumes to nearly double.
The connection between Dan Gilbert and Warren Buffett became evident with news that Buffett was backing Gilbert's surprise bid for Yahoo.
The "Fast Money" traders weighed in after a Monday poll revealed that support for Britain leaving the European Union has grown.
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