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Shares of Autodesk dropped more than 3 percent Wednesday, after the company reported disappointing guidance performance.
Deutsche Bank upgraded Goldman Sachs stock to buy from hold, saying it seems well-positioned for a stronger macro environment.
UBS is anticipating earnings revenue for stocks will grow 8 percent next year. Here's what its chief investment strategist is watching.
The market has floated to new highs based on the belief that the United States will have a period of stronger economic growth.
Donald Trump needs to build a solid foundation of economic growth drivers, Allianz Chief Economic Advisor Mohamed El-Erian tells CNBC.
The KBE also handily outperformed against the broader S&P 500, which posted monthly gains of 3.42 percent.
Donald Trump's "expansionary fiscal policies" will likely raise the stock market's multiple, the firm says.
The talks with Takeda Pharmaceutical have ended amid a disagreement over the price and other matters, CNBC confirmed.
Saudi Arabia has fought a hard-won battle to secure output cuts from OPEC members, but many challenges lie ahead in 2017.
The outlook sees a tale of two trades: "Hope" that dominates in the first half, then "fear" that takes over the rest of the way.
Cramer says "these two guys are basically saying, listen, we have a traditional Republican agenda."
There not as many public companies as there were a few decades ago, and their profits are now more concentrated.
Oklahoma City-based Devon Energy, for one, leaped more than 13.5 percent in morning trade.
Here's how stocks, commodities and bonds perform in a 3 to 4 percent growth world.
"Dr. Doom" Marc Faber says investors should look to trades that appear contrarian, including gold and emerging markets.
Some of the names on the move ahead of the open.
With OPEC deal falling into place and other market forces at work, the new norm for crude could be $50 to $60, says trader Naeem Aslam.
The analyst sees Goldman earning $23.12 a share in 2018, a 50 percent increase from Deutsche's 2016 estimate.
Jim Cramer advised investors to avoid ringing the register, yet.
Jim Cramer shares his homework from the stocks that stumped him earlier in the year.
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