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Citigroup on Monday cut its outlook for the U.S. economy for 2016-2017, saying "the risks are very evident on the downside."
Even as the Dow crosses above the widely watched 18,000 level, some very dour news is expected out of the 30 Dow companies.
Jim Cramer says Doha doesn't matter. Oil just hit equilibrium, and power comes down only one country on earth.
IBM reported a beat on both the top and bottom line as the company saw continued growth in its cloud revenue.
Jim Cramer chronicled the history of how one quintessential American brand has become one of the mall's biggest victims.
Check out the companies making headlines after the bell Monday: Netflix, IBM, Illumina and more.
If the market rally is to continue, investors may have to find another sugar daddy.
The Dow topped a level it hasn't hit in nearly nine months and several developments point to the major stock indexes moving higher in the near term.
Netflix co-founder and Silicon Valley entrepreneur Marc Randolph tells CNBC he's not bothered by the fierce competition in online streaming video.
While lack of an oil output freeze deal is a setback for prices, Fundstrat's Talley Leger sees earnings as the engine for higher stocks.
Shares of SunEdison fell more than 2 percent as investors digested a possible bankruptcy for the solar energy firm.
Stocks are trading at the high end of their trading range and are also expensive.
Louis Navellier, chairman and founder of Navellier & Associates, joined CNBC Pro for an exclusive Q&A to share his investment strategy.
Disney gained more than 2 percent after a big upgrade as well as an impressive opening weekend from "The Jungle Book."
Tom Lee, head of research at Fundstrat, said there's signals the S&P 500 could be up double digits in 2016.
Goldman Sachs recommends buying the dip in energy stocks because the negative reaction from the lack of a deal out of Doha is overblown.
A comparison between S&P 500 companies' value and U.S. economic activity leads to a troubling conclusion.
Argentina returned to the international bond markets for the first time in 15 years on Monday as it winds down a long-running battle with investors following its 2001 default, IFR reported.
Hasbro shares hit an all-time high after its earnings beat forecasts, powered by toys based on “Star Wars: The Force Awakens” and "Frozen."
Monday's oil plunge will be irrelevant in the near-term future, CNBC's Jim Cramer says.
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