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Fairchild Semiconductor surged on Wednesday on reports that the chipmaker had hired Goldman Sachs to find a possible buyer for the company.
JP Morgan economists lowered tracking GDP for the third quarter to 1 percent from 1.5 percent, based on an inventory correction.
CNBC's Jim Cramer made his remarks after the airline posted better-than-expected earnings.
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There are no reasons to be bearish about U.S. stocks, value investor Bill Miller tells CNBC.
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A strange set of stocks have been leading the way over the past two weeks.
Despite a mixed earnings report for JPMorgan Chase, "Fast Money" traders believe its shares look enticing.
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Intel delivered an earnings beat that initially sent stock higher on Tuesday after the bell. Shares were later in the red.
Jim Cramer interpreted the horrendous import & export numbers released from China as being good news for the global economy.
Jim Cramer went off the charts to speak with two technicians who both saw sunnier days ahead for crude.
Widely followed investor Warren Buffett said he has "zero" interests in jumping into the activist investing scene.
Check out the companies making headlines after the bell Tuesday: SanDisk, Intel, JPMorgan & more.
The U.S. economy likely would not support an interest rate hike this year, a top Federal Reserve official told CNBC.
The "Fast Money" traders took their positions ahead of Wednesday's big earnings.
Reid Hoffman, co-founder of LinkedIn, is focused on finding "radically bold, new or contrarian" companies.
Investors are losing patience with airline stocks' underperformance as they worry industry conditions may deteriorate.
Investors fear a "black swan" catastrophic event in the financial markets right now more than ever before.