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Credit Suisse estimates Apple's services business will grow to $52 billion in sales by 2020 from $26 billion this year.
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Optimism that the Trump administration will be able to drive through a hefty pro-growth plan or tax package this year is fading by the day.
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Bellpointe Asset Management's David Nelson has several concerns for the market.
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"I have definitely cut back on my equities, by I'd say, 50 percent over the last year," real estate investor Jeff Greene tells CNBC.
Wall Street is betting Netflix will blow by subscriber estimates, just as it did in the fourth quarter.
Goldman Sachs added Constellation Brands to its Americas conviction list and reiterated its buy rating on the firm.
After years of underperformance, hedge funds are experiencing billions of dollars in outflows and pressure by investors to decrease fees.
Many investors will be looking at the streaming service's ability to expand internationally as much as domestically.
Traders increasingly worry that the future of traditional retailers is grim.
Baxter's latest subpoena from the DoJ calls for an employee to produce documents related to shortages of products.
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