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No agreement in Doha, but the oil market is trading up. Barclays' Cohen joined CNBC to discuss oil’s current supply and demand balance.
If stocks break out to new highs, analysts say it's likely to be earnings news that will take them there.
Jim Cramer says stocks are not hitting top or bottom, they are in a trough.
One savvy trader says news highs could be coming for Microsoft.
Check out the companies making headlines after the bell Thursday: Intel, Yahoo, VMware, Discover Financial and more.
Modest growth expectations may be able to push market higher
Looking to bet on value stocks? These market watchers tell CNBC the sectors and stocks they're investing in.
Shares of IBM fell more than 6 percent, taking the major U.S. stock indexes off their session highs.
A number of stocks have helped the Dow make its push back toward record-high levels.
Amazon untying video streaming from its Prime service means the company is looking for a showdown with Netflix, according to Breakingviews.
Netflix has always been a volatile stock, but when panic about its future sets in, the smart money in the market knows how to trade it.
Not all stocks do, but CNBC's Jim Cramer says this stock has "mojo."
Industrial stocks may seem boring to some, but Trian CIO Ed Garden loves General Electric.
The Dow's break back above 18,000 could point the way to further gains, based on how it tends to perform after hitting round-numbered levels.
The UK is not going to vote to leave the European Union, according to Jeffrey Gundlach, the influential bond investor.
As the first-quarter earnings season gets underway, a group of stocks could be ready to pop, if history is any guide.
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