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Shares of Chipotle Mexican Grill fall more than 5 percent after the company said it's "nervous" about hitting its guidance for the year.
Brian Moynihan, Bank of America's CEO, shared his views on the market and regulatory environment in an interview with CNBC's Wilfred Frost.
More than a third of stocks on the S&P 500 have missed out on the "Trump bump" that's lifted the overall market since Election Day.
Shares of Teva dropped 5 percent Tuesday after the company announced the head of its global generic medicine group will step down.
Evercore ISI raises its 2017 Netflix domestic subscriber estimate to 52.9 million from 51.8 million on lower-than-expected competition.
Jim Cramer goes over the pros and cons of what Donald Trump means for stocks.
Jim Cramer spoke with United Technologies CEO Greg Hayes on what President-elect Donald Trump requested of him at Carrier last week.
CEO David Schenkein explained that concerns for the molecule were specific to an "extremely high dose, a dose that we would never use in patients."
The postelection surge in the stock market doesn't mean we can't have a strong December as well, Sam Stovall says.
One top technician makes the case for an upcoming soft ags commodities bounce.
Jim Cramer highlights a major shift in investor attitude, which could mean more growth for stocks.
Fitch Ratings on Monday boosted its outlook of the aerospace and defense sectors on Monday to positive, although cautioning about risks.
Pacific Crest lowers its iPhone unit estimates for Apple's December and March quarters to 77 million and 55 million from 78 million and 58 million.
There is accumulating evidence the economy is strengthening, and that should be good news for the stock market, Mark Luschini says.
John Thaler argued that optimism about these policies is part of the reason that the Dow has gained about 3 percent since the election.
A year of global tumult ahead will make U.S. stocks attractive compared to their counterparts, according to experts at Charles Schwab.
Classic inflation hedges, like gold, may not work as well as they have in previous economic cycles. Inflation-protected bonds may do better.
Instinet is bullish on McDonald's as the restaurant chain plans a national rollout of the Grand Mac next year.
Past rate hikes during recovery periods have made way for a weaker dollar, Wells Capital's Jim Paulsen says.
Many perceive hedge funds to be a risky investment, yet some advisors see a strong upside to employing hedged strategies.
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