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AIG reported quarterly earnings on Thursday that topped analysts' expectations and it announced a new $3.5 billion buyback.
Take a look at some of Thursday's after-hours buzz: LinkedIn, AIG & more
Don't forget to look beyond China and India for investing in Asian growth, according to pros at the Milken Institute Global Conference.
Apple has always been good about working through any product issues and will bring a quality watch to market, analyst Ivan Feinseth says.
Tracking simple electricity usage is a helpful predictor in discerning broader market movements, according to a research team at Notre Dame.
A new study finds that millennials may face another problem: They're less prepared for today's job market than many of their international peers.
Dollar bulls are not ready to throw in the towel and are betting diverging central bank policy will send the greenback higher.
It was a mixed bag for earnings in the tech space, but one favorite stood out of the crowd for Morgan Creek Capital Management's Mark Yusko.
One technical strategist sees the recent slide as just the beginning of the dollar's decline.
A flurry of trading activity erupted Thursday morning with the traders in Halftime Report Portfolio competition.
Oil prices are their highest levels for the year, and now some traders are fleeing from their bearish bets on energy stocks.
Technical and fundamental traders explain why oil's rally is set to continue into the summer.
TD Ameritrade CEO Fred Tomczyk acknowledges the potential pitfalls of people being "pretty fully invested" and what that may portend for stocks.
CNBC's Jim Cramer said investors can buy Exxon shares without "getting in trouble," and here's why.
Small caps are outperforming the S&P 500 as investors worry about a weak global economic picture. The draw: Most are US-centric.
Very low jobless claims may be a sign that March's low employment report will be revised upward.
A year without a 5 percent-plus dip is rare, and 2015 will not be one of them, Deutsche Bank's David Bianco tells CNBC.
Some of the names on the move ahead of the open.
More than half of the S&P 500 is projected to rise by 8 percent in 12 months, according to analysts. Here are the stocks that could rise the most.
With markets near record highs, should retirees take their money and run?