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Jim Cramer picks five stocks that rallied the most since the Dow hit 10,000.
Andy Chase, who's been ranked as one of the top financial advisors in the nation, reveals his favorite investment for 2017.
The materials sector has led the way as the best-performing sector in the S&P 500 this year, and some strategists see more room to run.
JPMorgan forecasts Steel Dynamics will generate $3.14 in earnings per share this year compared with the $2.55 Wall Street consensus.
The decline piled on to a 7 percent drop in Sears' shares a day earlier.
The largest equipment rental company in the world said it would purchase NES Rentals for $965 million in cash.
Shares of Mattel plunged over 17 percent after the company reported earnings and revenue that fell short of analyst expectations.
Alibaba's Ant Financial Services and Dallas-based MoneyGram announced a merger valued at $880 million.
Wells Fargo says Johnson & Johnson will face a significant slowdown in growth in 2017.
Jim Grant shares his views on President Donald Trump and the Fed in an exclusive interview with CNBC's "Squawk Box."
Analysts are far more likely to rate a stock a "buy" than a "sell," and that's always been the case.
Shares of Charter surged on Thursday after a report that claimed Verizon is exploring a combination with the company.
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A daily look at the morning's key financial stories.
"Now we have to go up, up, up," Trump says.
Investors should anticipate a pullback of 4 to 7 percent in the near term, according to one top Wall Street strategist.
As the Dow has marched to 20,000, investors appear to have become more and more excited about the mega-cap index.
Some of the names on the move ahead of the open.
Gold prices have been under pressure ever since the rally in global stocks and dollar following Donald Trump’s victory in the U.S. elections.
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