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The stock market is stuck between a rock and a hard place, with only a narrow window open for another leg higher absent a correction, James Paulsen.
Some of the names on the move ahead of the open.
Airbnb is on the brink of agreeing a massive $1.5 billion fundraising that would boost its valuation to $24 billion.
Nike delivered quarterly earnings and revenue that topped analysts' expectations on Thursday.
The "Fast Money" traders give their final trades of the day.
More often than not, sales merely get you in the door, where stores easily trick you into buying more.
Jim Cramer sees plenty of pizza stocks heating up lately. Which one delivers the ultimate cheese?
Foreign stocks should do better than U.S. equities in the second half, as emerging markets economies improve, according to Barclays.
Jim Cramer speculates that Greece will become the next Venezuela...without oil.
CNBC Contributor David Seaburg explains why Carl Icahn was wrong when he said the market was overheated.
While markets digest news on Greece and the country's creditors, investors wonder if the market is at fair value.
Ikea's U.S. chief financial officer explains how hiking the minimum wage has been good for the company's bottom line.
The regulatory environment in fixed income has led to a very illiquid market, Janus Capital Management CIO Gibson Smith said.
Metals expert George Gero explains why gold is oversold and could rally to $1,250 through the end of the year.
Check out the companies making headlines after the bell Thursday: Nike, Micron, Synnex & more.
Shares of Humana jumped on Thursday after a report surfaced that the takeover bid by Aetna was moving forward.
The torrid run in Netflix shares has outpaced the company's growth, prompting Citi to downgrade the stock to neutral from buy.
Copper prices are slogging along at 2009 financial crisis levels—a surefire sign to some strategists that something's got to change.
Technical analyst Rich Ross explains why Monster shares could rally more than 8 percent in the near future.
With the perception of China using the AIIB to push its political agenda, Japan is unlikely to join as of now.