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The torrid run in Netflix shares has outpaced the company's growth, prompting Citi to downgrade the stock to neutral from buy.
Copper prices are slogging along at 2009 financial crisis levels—a surefire sign to some strategists that something's got to change.
Technical analyst Rich Ross explains why Monster shares could rally more than 8 percent in the near future.
With the perception of China using the AIIB to push its political agenda, Japan is unlikely to join as of now.
When it comes to municipal bonds, the headlines can drown out the news.
Wall Street is bailing on shares of Netflix right after the shares hit an all-time high. Here's why...
Options trader Dan Nathan explains why Nike earnings could send the stock tumbling to $100.
Josh Brown is selling out of three of his top holdings in favor of momentum names for the "Halftime Report" Portfolio.
Here's why the Supreme Court ruling is great news for hospitals and medical equipment companies.
CNBC's Jim Cramer has had a change in heart about when the Fed should raise rates after seeing more positive economic data.
Disney announced a boost in dividends to its stock and agreed to pay it more frequently, USA Today reports.
Eight were scheduled to price overnight, and so far only six have made it.
The improved fiscal health of states is due to a wave of cuts that have whittled away at pension benefits for current and future retirees.
Mutual fund investors continue to withdraw more money out of U.S. stock funds than they put in, USA Today reports.
Oscar Schafer, chairman of Rivulet Capital, is making a bet that shares of a small-cap biotech company will rally.
There's a bubble building in the bond market, market analyst Peter Boockvar tells CNBC. "Air is slowing coming out."
Jim Cramer warns investors that a split is not a good reason to own a stock; it's just cosmetic.
The "Fast Money" traders give their final trades of the day.
Credit card holders are largely ambivalent about earning points, miles or cash back on their card purchases, a Bankrate survey found.
Past performance in fact does seem to provide a good indicator of future results, just not in the way you might think.