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One analyst explains why Amazon, Netflix and Facebook will rally into the new year.
Stephanie Link, whose CNBC "Halftime Report" model portfolio is up 9 percent this year, believes shares of PulteGroup are poised to rise.
Retail stocks have had it rough lately, but with the crucial holiday season ahead, Goldman Sachs says investors aren't nervous enough.
The online dating company Match Group had priced around $12 per share.
At a time when solid returns of any sort are hard to come by, it's not surprising to see market participants reaching for risk.
There's been lots of talk about the possibility of a Grexit or a Brexit — Greece or Britain leaving the European Union. But what about France?
The chief investment strategist at Wells Capital Management, shares his top investment ideas.
Long-time Fed critic Peter Schiff said that Janet Yellen is doing nothing more than kicking the can down the road.
The company raised $243 million, 25 percent less than what they had aimed for.
Why one technical analyst says oil is about to fall far, far lower.
Some of the names on the move ahead of the open.
CNBC "Halftime Report" trader Jon Najarian bought shares of Jarden on Wednesday, after spotting unusual activity in the options market.
"Mad Money" host Jim Cramer points out one tech company breaking out that must be on your watch list.
The markets are cheering a likely Fed rate hike for three reasons, Merrill Lynch's Christopher Wolfe says.
Match Group priced its IPO at the low end of expectations to raise $400M, valuing the parent of Tinder at around $4.2 billion, including debt.
UnitedHealth cut its full-year profit forecast due to continued pressure on its Obamacare plans for individuals.
The "Fast Money" traders give their final trades of the day.
If you need to take money from your IRA, here's when Uncle Sam says it won't cost you extra.
Utilities stocks have sold off sharply this month, but traders are still spotting some potential buys.
Former OMB Director David Stockman explains why the markets could see a massive pullback before the next presidential election.