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Biotech in a bubble?
The year for retail is setting up to be a "tale of two halves," with the outlook improving thanks to wage inflation, analyst Liz Dunn said.
The recent market rebound helped one group of stocks in particular—technology. And according to one trader, the rally is set to continue.
Check out the companies making headlines after the bell Thursday: Twitter, Bojangles, ExOne & more.
Here's what the bond market appears to be telling us, says Ron Insana.
Banks are rallying as rates rise, and some traders are betting one name in particular will see big gains.
Bull-market sectors like consumer discretionary and the financials are finally starting to show signs of life. Here's why that matters.
May retail sales were in line with expectations, but this has been a very uneven year for retail equities.
It seems this stock market can't seem to be stopped. That's plain to see from a group of stocks that are forces of nature.
Jim Cramer’s talking the Greek drama playing out across the pond.
Some of the names on the move ahead of the open.
Jon Najarian says it may be time to put the lid on shares of Netflix and Tesla, even though both stocks remain very popular with the trading crowd.
This is where Janus Capital's Bill Gross is investing now, and what he's warning about when global quantitative easing ends.
Jim Cramer goes off the tape to speak to the CEO of Doctor on Demand, and how it is changing the way doctors treat & diagnose patients.
The "Fast Money" traders give their final trades of the day.
These ETFs can protect your portfolio from rising interest rates or currency valuations.
Jim Cramer dishes out a hard dose of reality on making money. Do you have a money losing reality?
According to one trader, bulls are now taking sizable positions in eBay, and there may be reason to join them based on the chart.
Amid Wednesday's broad stock rally, investors should take profits in U.S. tech and health-care names, one market watcher said.
Economists talk of a manufacturing renaissance, even though the sector is down 3.2 percent and 2 million jobs have been lost since 2007.