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The S&P 500 has officially become the second-longest bull market in history, but analyst Carter Worth is sounding the alarm.
Check out the companies making headlines after the bell Monday: Express Scripts, Sanmina, Canadian National Railway and more.
One trader illustrates a bullish bet on silver futures
Goldman Sachs told clients the S&P 500 will be flat the rest of the year, but there are still stocks that can outperform.
A year that had been looking pretty bleak for the stock market suddenly appears to be turning a corner.
Analysts have mixed expectations from Twitter's quarterly earnings report, but long-term expectations appear brighter.
The Fed is having a tough time justifying future rate hikes, says Quincy Krosby, market strategist at Prudential Financial.
In the midst of first-quarter earnings season, a group of stocks could be ready to pop if history is any guide.
Analyst says “transformational change” could be the remedy for Goldman Sachs after a “lost decade.”
This stock could be heading higher if there is further improvement in China, CNBC's Jim Cramer says.
Falling earnings estimates raise troubling questions about the rest of the year, says the director of global macro research at Fidelity Investments.
CNBC Pro finds the most oversold stocks to buy and overbought names to sell, based on historical statistics from analytics tool Kensho.
Some big-name investors are betting they'll get more than they paid for out of shares of troubled Valeant Pharmaceuticals.
There are good reasons to stay away from tech this week, market strategist Nick Colas argues.
KKR reported its second loss in quarterly earnings in less than a year as volatile financial markets dragged on the value of its investments.
Some of the names on the move ahead of the open.
With markets nearing record highs, where is the value? One investor explains to cNBC his choices.
Printer and copier maker Xerox reported a 4.2 percent fall in its quarterly revenue, hurt by a strong dollar.
Jim Cramer sees a vicious stock rotation occurring, which unfortunately means this group of stocks just won't catch a break.
The United Kingdom referendum is fast approaching, and politicians and market watchers continue to weigh in on the possible impacts of Brexit.
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