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Larry Fink shares his market views in an exclusive interview on CNBC's "Squawk Box."
Investor optimism for Netflix could collapse like a house of cards as high-risk investments may turn into a vicious cycle, according to an analyst.
Fink tells CNBC he could paint a bullish scenario or a more cautious one for stocks based on the execution of Trump's policies.
Jim Cramer revealed the reasons why oil and gas player Helmerich and Payne can't feel the pain.
Some of the names on the move ahead of the open.
Like it or not, Jim Cramer says Donald Trump is succeeding on his mission to protect hiring in America.
Traders are watching these reports to see if the Trump rally will carry on.
Jim Cramer says Advanced Auto Parts could roar higher on a takeover bid, thanks to Starboard.
Delta Air Lines' CEO said that increased consumer confidence following Donald Trump's election boosted the airline's bottom line.
Like it or not, Jim Cramer says Donald Trump is succeeding on his missing to protect hiring in America.
Financials have been on a tear higher since President-elect Donald Trump won the election, and several market experts see the rally continuing.
Nili Gilbert from Matarin Capital explains why she's apprehensive on the bullish attitude for market outlooks.
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Heritage Capital's Paul Schatz doesn't expect momentum to power the Dow higher once it hits 20,000.
Nearly one-fifth of the Dow Jones industrial average has been downgraded since Jan 3.
Here's what CNBC's Michael Santoli is watching into the closing bell.
History shows these are the stocks that do the best and worst when rates and the U.S. dollar decline at the same time, according to Kensho.
Credit Suisse on Thursday downgraded the steel industry to neutral from overweight.
Wall Street is seeing an $8.7 trillion boom in this investment strategy, says David W. Richardson.
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