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Jim Cramer outlined the action in the bank stocks, and why they haven't been able to catch a break lately.
Jim Cramer spoke with interim CEO of Girl Scouts on the importance that the role of technology plays in girl's lives.
Jim Cramer focused on politics as being the culprit pulling down the averages.
IBM reported third-quarter earnings and revenue that beat analysts' expectations on Monday.
Visa said CEO Charlie Scharf has decided to resign, effective Dec. 1. The company named Alfred Kelly Jr. as CEO.
Goldman Sachs tells investors to buy stocks that will benefit from a tax repatriation holiday.
One trader sees Starbucks sinking even lower, but there's a trade to be made.
It looks like low grocery prices and uncertainty over the coming election had little impact on Del Taco during the third quarter.
Goldman Sachs says Apple needs to start a premium subscription bundle to compete against Amazon.
Bearish rumors swirling around Netflix's upcoming earnings report are too short-term-focused, internet analyst Anthony DiClemente says.
Big banks' earnings have so far beaten expectations, but impending volatility in European banks could have spillover effects.
Some of the names on the move ahead of the open.
CNBC's senior market commentator Mike Santoli says investors may want to wish for October weakness for a rally into year end.
Investors are not witnessing the beginning of the "great bond market sell-off" according to HSBC Senior Economic Advisor, Stephen King.
Commodities king Dennis Gartman sees opportunity for investors in this specific commodity.
Brexit hurt Ontario Teachers' Pension Plan's short-term returns, but U.K. assets remain attractive, said a senior vice president at the fund.
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