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Some of the names on the move ahead of the open.
Credit Suisse tells clients which large-cap stocks money managers are most aggressively buying and selling.
Equity investors should brace themselves to walk the tightrope between "stagflation" and "reflation," according to Peter Oppenheimer, the chief global equities strategist at Goldman Sachs.
FBR lowers its rating for Wells Fargo shares to market perform from outperform.
The big banks made more money a decade ago because of today's stifling government regulations and Fed controls, banking analyst Dick Bove tells CNBC.
Founded by a retired NFL player and his high school buddy — the Fort Worth oil and gas company is now worth nearly $3 billion.
The "dogs of the Dow" strategy has paid big dividends this year — literally. But some strategists aren't enthused about its prospects.
Jim Cramer got a solid read of the charts for commodities from Carley Garner that show a new leader bringing the group higher.
Jim Cramer highlighted McCormick as the ultimate play for consumers who like to stay home, regardless of these analyst concerns.
The "Fast Money" traders debated whether Intel is a buy after the company gave current-quarter guidance that slightly missed expectations.
Jim Cramer highlights the domination of the 'at home' economy that is fueling stocks higher.
Alphabet jumped on Tuesday, after many outlets gave generally positive reviews for the company's upcoming smartphone, the "Pixel."
Shares of Google-parent Alphabet move steadily higher Tuesday, breaking out of some long-held resistance to a new all-time high.
People are looking for returns from bonds, but they'll need rate reductions that may not happen, Ernesto Ramos says.
Jamie Dinan and Marc Lasry share their market views in an interview with CNBC's Scott Wapner.
The Norwegian government is considering taking a bigger bet on stocks, which could be a big deal for global equities.
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