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Some of the names on the move ahead of the open.
The market rally has nothing to do with Donald Trump's win in the U.S. election in November, an analyst told CNBC Tuesday.
Jim Cramer broke down how to identify a best-of-breed company in a sector.
A Wall Street veteran has hiked his earnings forecast for 2017, citing a more business friendly environment under a Trump administration.
A daily look at the morning's key financial stories.
Jim Cramer opens up about mistakes of investing, and his rules for owning individual stocks.
Carl Icahn shares his market views in an interview with CNBC's Scott Wapner.
Jim Cramer explained how his view of the market was forever rocked by the Great Recession.
One trader said the narrative in retail is that Amazon is outperforming the rest of the sector, but its stock performance doesn't necessarily reflect that.
Wall Street has been hoping to end the year with a bang — with the Dow finishing above 20,000.
Tweeting at Lockheed and Boeing won't necessarily lower defense costs much, but it may give Trump more power, some military analysts say.
The stake would make Alden the top shareholder in the company, according to Thomson Reuters data.
Synergy Pharmaceuticals skyrocketed after the firm reported positive trial results for an irritable bowel syndrome drug.
Jim Cramer drilled down on retail's woes and how the Trump administration could cause further pain to the retail cohort.
Approval from the U.S. Federal Trade Commission could come as soon as this week or next, said the sources.
Jim Cramer spoke with the CEO of Red Hat after shares dropped dramatically on Thursday.
Jim Cramer explained why the big European banks don't impact U.S. stocks as much as they used to.
Some traders said it might still be too early to get into these stocks.
Jim Cramer analyzes the leaders of the tape, and whether 2017 could bring more down days.
Investors do have to pick carefully though, as not every high-yield sector makes sense right now, Josh Duitz of Alpine Funds said.
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