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Above all other aspects of Apple's business, investors will be most concerned about iPhone sales when the company reports earnings Tuesday.
Stephanie Link, managing director at TIAA, buys shares of Bank of America for her CNBC "Halftime Report" model portfolio.
Earnings season is in full swing, but only a few sets of results may be indicative of how the U.S. economy is doing.
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One trader believes the market is rallying off a weak U.S. dollar.
HanesBrands benefited from an increase in sales as well as improved margin growth.
Comerica rose as much as 6.1 percent after The WSJ reported activist investors and shareholders were pushing for a sale.
Fundstrat's Thomas Lee explains why stocks are rising despite poor earnings.
Valeant's spike is justified if reports about the company's possible leadership change are true.
The weakening dollar as well as strengthening oil and junk bonds point to a real stock pop, Fundstrat's Tom Lee tells CNBC.
Analysts lowered earnings forecasts for Microsoft and cut price targets for both the software maker and Google-parent Alphabet.
After Starbucks and Google struggling on disappointing news, the "Fast Money" traders discussed what to buy and sell on earnings.
Jim Cramer spoke with Starbucks President Kevin Johnson after the company's shares fell after reporting earnings on Thursday.
Jim Cramer has a hard time believing that gambling in Macau could really be on the decline.
One trader is expecting pretty big moves from Alphabet & Microsoft.
Starbucks shares plummeted more than 4 percent Thursday after the company announced earnings that missed Wall Street expectations.
Electric and gas utilities are beginning to report, and analysts I have spoken with have indicated that the warm winter didn't help any of them.
While there are a lot of reasons to be cautious right now, investors should stay invested, according to one expert.
The stock was up 25.05 percent before being halted for news pending.
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