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BMO Capital Markets on Monday upgraded FedEx to outperform on attractive valuations and a positive outlook for the industrial sector.
The United States and the rest of the world will feel the impact of even a small hike, strategist Sri-Kumar says.
Needham says Snap already has 50 percent penetration of its total market in the US.
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CNBC's Mike Santoli does a complete valuation breakdown of the market and whether it's time to keep buying or start worrying.
Former OMB Director under President Reagan, David Stockman, discusses Trump's implications for the markets.
Global stocks have rallied on promises of large investments in infrastructure and tax cuts in the U.S., but markets are now set for a sharp correction in the second part of this year.
Even with the sector's recent run, some strategists see more upside in technology.
There's a very good reason market capitalization is still king when it comes to indexing.
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Lead underwriter Morgan Stanley came out on top, with $25.71 million in fees, according to CNBC analysis of SEC filings.
Stocks are set to fall by year-end, but not before roaring more than 9 percent higher, according to Jim Paulsen of Wells Capital Management.
AMD CEO Lisa Su shares her views on the company's new products during a CNBC "Squawk on the Street" interview.
The S&P 500 slipped slightly on Friday morning, but recent history may suggest a late-day rally.
Accounts for nonprofit employees often come with high fees and problematic investments, New York Times reports.
Essentially, the economy has met the Fed's goals. This is a remarkable change in tone, but not as remarkable as the market reaction.
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