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Goldman Sachs initiates coverage of Intuit with a "buy" rating.
Ari Wald of Oppenheimer is getting bullish on stocks despite the S&P 500 Index has gone a year with a new high.
Canaccord Genuity Chief Market Strategist Tony Dwyer believes the S&P 500 will hit new highs in 2017, and what could end it all.
Jim Cramer has had enough talk of a bubble. There is no bubble!
Jim Cramer highlights an under-the-radar way to invest in emerging markets, without the volatility and the risk.
The Fed and the market are having communication issues, Michael Feroli, chief U.S. economist at JPMorgan, told CNBC’s "Squawk on the Street."
Tech has taken its share of hits this year, but this stock's stellar trading day may mean a reversal in fortunes for the space.
Oil prices of $50 a barrel won't send a rush of capital into U.S. drillers, Tom Ward said.
Friday was a bad day for Ross Stores.
The signs of market fear are everywhere, from deep-pocketed hedge funders on Wall Street to mom-and-pop investors in flyover country.
Misses from Ross, Gap and other apparel retailers show that in a period of tepid consumer demand, there is little room for error.
The market has pingponged between the same highs and lows for the last year and a half. How do investors make money?
CNBC Pro highlights the top-performing stocks this week and analyzes whether the good times will continue.
Shares of Deere fell about 5 percent despite posting better-than-expected earnings.
Two ominous signs are flashing a red light for one very important area of the market, and that could mean trouble down the line for equities.
CLSA gave clients its top stock ideas for the next decade.
Applied Materials bucked the trend for tech companies in China last quarter, CNBC's Jim Cramer says.
Foot Locker's stock fell more than 6 percent after the retailer posted mixed quarterly results.
The narrative that "everybody shops online so who needs physical stores" is dangerous to retailing, former department store exec Allen Questrom warns.
Yahoo fell about 1 percent as suitors for the tech company's core business are reportedly willing to pony up less cash than expected.
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