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Some of the names on the move ahead of the open.
The JPMorgan chief also dismisses the idea of the 'Dimon Bottom" in the stock market. "It was serendipity," he says.
Jim Cramer took a closer look at Facebook, Amazon, Netflix and Alphabet and shared why Alphabet remains the most intriguing of the group.
Marketo surged almost 25 percent after Bloomberg reported the company was in talks about a possible sale.
Whatever the reaction to allegations that Facebook suppressed conservative news, it's unlikely to impact the company's bottom line, experts said.
Oil’s chart just formed a key technical pattern that’s sure to have the bulls running wild, but one trader warns investors shouldn’t get too carried away.
Shares of Sodastream rose Tuesday after the appliance maker's earnings were boosted by a pivot toward sparkling water.
Mobile device maker Nokia saw its stock fall more than 7 percent.
Using Kensho, we looked at which stocks perform the best and worst on surging oil prices.
McDonald's stock traded as high as $131.96, a new all-time intraday high. Here's why.
Investors should buy dividend stocks as a way to generate returns in a sideways market, according to Wall Street strategists.
Shares of Zoetis fell Tuesday following a New York Times report that billionaire hedge fund manager Bill Ackman is paring his stake.
SolarCity needs to wake up and face reality, especially after it horrendous first quarter, CNBC's Jim Cramer says.
Gap is in big trouble, as the once-mighty retailer has lost its way, Deutsche Bank retail analyst Paul Trussel says.
Market watcher Dennis Gartman tells CNBC U.S. oil prices may move to a premium over Brent because of the Canadian wildfire.
Shares of Amazon hit an all-time high after Bernstein raised its price target to $1,000, the highest that any firm has on the company.
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