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Check out the companies making headlines after the bell Thursday: HP, Aeropostale, Marvell & more.
HP reported strong notebooks sales in its fiscal second quarter, adding that its planned split into two companies is on track.
A historic divergence between the record-setting Dow industrials and the Dow transports has caught the eye of traders as a potential warning for stocks.
U.S. tech firms have been encountering growing hurdles in China. Here's what Jim Oberweis would avoid and what he would buy.
Bank of America Merrill Lynch raised its opinion of stocks in the energy sector, recommending clients overweight the shares in their portfolios.
Technical analyst Rich Ross explains why the selloff in airlines could present a buying opportunity.
Credit markets are likely to face heightened short-term volatility, while oil prices will revisit recent lows, according to Goldman Sachs.
The Fed said that it would not provide explicit guidance about when rates would go up but then said that rates were unlikely to go up in June.
Matrix Asset Advisors is increasing its stake in McDonald's on the expectation CEO Steve Easterbrook's turnaround plan will succeed.
Trader finds way to make a large amount on Cablevision acquisition speculation.
Morgan Stanley says Apple sales look especially strong—and that in a "bull case," the stock could rise to $195.
Traders will be watching housing starts to see if the sector will show sign of life on Thursday.
Some of the names on the move ahead of the open.
Technician Carter Worth explains why the financials could hold the key to the market rally.
Should you invest in fixed income when corporations are all too eagerly selling new bonds in staggeringly large amounts? Likely not.
Jim Cramer’s telling you to be afraid. Be very afraid.
CNBC Pro used technical and fundamental analysis to find the stocks that are primed to rally the most in the continuation of the bull market.
Headline jobs and employment numbers may look good, but the underlying details of the U.S. economy remain weak, Michael Tyler tells CNBC.
Todd Gordon of TradingAnalysis.com explains why energy stocks could face increased selling pressure.
Jim Cramer was alarmed at what he saw when he looked at transports, especially one group. Time to get out of this group, now.