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A daily look at the morning's key financial stories.
Wall Street's view that Clinton would win the election has been replaced by fear that Trump could, which probably won't be a pretty picture for stocks.
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Its fiscal 2017 guidance represents growth between 17 percent and 19 percent on a GAAP basis.
The markets would feel a negative ripple effect, JPMorgan Chief Economist Bruce Kasman tells CNBC.
Tableau said its earnings results were impacted by extended sales cycles on large deals in the US and softness in international markets.
The New York Times explains 'phi,' an investment performance metric that measures passion.
The Mexican peso has become the proxy for U.S. presidential election sentiment this year, and the trend was holding true on Wednesday.
Small-cap stocks have fallen, but a look at charts going back 30 years could mean a big rally is ahead.
November's Federal Open Market Committee meeting, though mostly routine, may reveal hints of a December rate hike, experts said.
CEO Hock Tan says the acquisition enhances Broadcom's position as a leading providers of enterprise storage connectivity solutions.
Socially responsible investing isn't just for stocks anymore, according to a Barclays study of corporate bonds.
Citi's forecast for Nvidia's 2018 earnings per share is $3, which is 12 percent higher than Wall Street consensus.
Market anxiety may persist through the inauguration thanks to uncertainty about both presidential candidates, one analyst says.
CNBC's Jim Cramer says GameStop CEO Paul Raines' attempts to diversify the company's stores is not working.
Oclaro climbed as much as 15 percent intraday Wednesday after the company reported a fiscal first-quarter earnings blowout.
Investors' apprehension over the upcoming U.S. presidential election is leading them to bet a market drop could be on the horizon.
A big options trade could be a hedge against a surprise Donald Trump win.
One investment manager outlines his easy 3-move trading strategy in the event that Donald Trump wins the presidency.
The "Fast Money" traders share their first moves for the market open.
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