Wall Street research legend Laszlo Birinyi talks about how to spot the end of the bull market. » Read More
Using Kensho, we looked at how securities perform in rising rate environments.
Some of the names on the move ahead of the open.
The Fed begins its two-day meeting Tuesday, but earnings from Apple after the closing bell may create a bigger trading event.
Wall Street believes Hillary Clinton will be the 45th president of the United States, and that makes investing ahead of the election a lot easier.
Jim Cramer told investors why an old-time industrial manufacturer could be an excellent buy into weakness.
Sarepta was down sharply a day after an FDA advisory committee voted against recommending the company's Duchenne muscular dystrophy drug.
DuPont's results beat estimates and raised its full-year guidance as it sees lower currency impact than expected.
Jim Cramer points out significant signs that indicate that the globe is finally turning around.
Procter & Gamble reported a better-than-expected rise in quarterly profit, boosted by cost-cutting and higher selling prices.
Eli Lilly reports lower-than-expected earnings due largely to heavy spending on research.
Spirit Airlines reported profit above analysts' estimates, as cheap fuel and revenue from bag and other fees added to its bottom line.
Coach, which has been trying to regain its cachet in the luxury handbag market, reported its first growth in quarterly profit in three years.
Integrated oil and gas companies face headwinds as upstream production remain under pressure and downstream refinery margins are tightening.
Estimize takes a look at the textiles, apparel and luxury goods earnings in Q1 after it experienced less than impressive reports last year.
GoPro and Ambarella fell 7 percent and 5.8 percent, respectively.
The S&P 500 has officially become the second-longest bull market in history, but analyst Carter Worth is sounding the alarm.
Check out the companies making headlines after the bell Monday: Express Scripts, Sanmina, Canadian National Railway and more.
One trader illustrates a bullish bet on silver futures
Goldman Sachs told clients the S&P 500 will be flat the rest of the year, but there are still stocks that can outperform.
A year that had been looking pretty bleak for the stock market suddenly appears to be turning a corner.
Get the best of CNBC in your inbox