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The Department of Financial Services seeks information pertaining to the bank's Malaysian 1MDB dealings.
Qualcomm, one of Apple's major chip suppliers, fell almost 2 percent Friday after reports that Intel inked a chip order with Apple.
Shares of Walgreens and Rite Aid skyrocketed around 4 percent amid reports that the FTC is likely to approve Walgreens' acquisition of Rite Aid.
H&R Block spiked 12 percent after the tax-preparation firm reported adjusted quarterly profits that beat estimates.
Shares of Axiall surged more than 25 percent Friday after the company announced it would be taken over by Westlake Chemical.
Mobileye and Delphi Automotive are in the best spot to benefit from car automation technology, analysts at Piper Jaffray say.
Oil prices are likely to fall toward $40 a barrel as China's crude imports hit an inevitable ceiling, according to Matt Smith.
A major real estate investor and a leading real estate attorney help sort out the housing market's mixed signals this spring.
Food stocks have offered investors some of the highest dividends, but are they worth digging into?
Analysts at William Blair began coverage of Amazon with a very bullish take on the stock.
Urban Outfitters shed more than 8 percent after the firm revealed that same-store sales were falling this quarter.
Here's one thing for sure: Whether Yahoo ends with a bang or a whimper, end it will.
Despite Friday’s sell-off, Jim Cramer says he is “more constructive than most” on the market.
Mylan shares shed more than 5 percent after Wells Fargo Securities analysts said they were worried about the firm's pricing practices.
Bookmakers, sportswear and travel seem a safe bet to profit from a large sporting event, but are they the best stocks to hold?
The "Fast Money" traders weighed election risks for biotech after Obama officially endorsed Hillary Clinton.
Jim Cramer got realistic about the money management style of George Soros.
One key report on Friday afternoon could be interesting for markets.
Jim Cramer found no events to trade off of on Thursday, which sent the message that stocks are taking a breather.
Jim Cramer cautioned investors from following billionaires like George Soros. He's already rich!
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