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Incyte stands to benefit from unveiling data on its cancer treatments at a conference in the coming days, a biotech analyst said.
Professor Jim Cramer is testing you! Miss any of "Mad Money" this week? Get your recap in this quiz and find out if you've earned a Cramerican badge.
A willing oil trade. Why aren't oil stocks rallying? And a bullish trade on Google. With CNBC's Melissa Lee and the Options Action traders.
Independent investment consultant David Darst believes there are three things holding back this "Sleeping Beauty" market.
JP Morgan CEO Jamie Dimon's recent assertion that some bank shareholders are lazy is "ludicrous," bank analyst Mike Mayo said.
It's that time again. With researchers set to convene at the American Society of Clinical Oncology meeting, here are the stocks to watch.
The summer months may be volatile and difficult, but that doesn't mean investors can't make money, market pro Katie Nixon said Friday.
These plans weathered the financial crisis and the recession and came out on top. Here's why.
New data provided to CNBC from eVestment shows the most popular stocks held by institutional funds.
RBC's chief U.S. market strategist says that investors who obsess over historical valuations are missing the point.
BofA Merrill Lynch's David Woo said that we are currently in the middle of a currency war in which the Fed is unable to play.
Only half of parents are saving for college, but there are ways to make that daunting task easier to tackle.
CNBC's Jim Cramer says a June swoon makes sense given the negative effect the stronger dollar has had on American companies.
Some traders are making large bets gold will see sizable gains in the weeks ahead.
Owning art through an investment fund is appealing to the rich who are looking for access to pieces they can't afford on their own.
Currency expert Kathy Lien of BK Asset Management explains why the dollar will continue to surge--at least until September.
Some of the names on the move ahead of the open.