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Both the Dow and the S&P 500 posted new all-time intraday and closing highs on Tuesday.
Health care stocks traded lower on disappointing earnings and gave back some of a post-election relief rally that had lifted the sector.
Dollar Tree's shares gained 8.16 percent on Tuesday, closing at $88.68.
Pharmaceutical companies don't expect President-elect Donald Trump to continue the tough rhetoric on drug prices.
Donald Trump's presidential win spurred a market rotation like nothing investors had seen before, Citi strategist Steven Wieting tells CNBC.
Technical analysis shows more gains could be ahead for the Nasdaq, after it touched an all-time intraday high.
Correlations among S&P 500 stocks have fallen markedly, potentially creating an opportunity for skilled active managers.
After ripping higher on the Trump trade, interest rates may be about to calm down for a while.
Jim Cramer highlights analysts who don't know the difference between an expensive stock, and one that has run.
Jim Cramer spoke with Randgold Resources' CEO, who explained the implications of the presidential election on the price of gold.
The fast-food chain said comparable-store sales grew 0.5 percent during the quarter, below estimates for growth of about 1.6 percent.
Evercore ISI says if the corporate tax rate is cut to 20 percent, it will boost financial industry earnings by 18 percent.
As the Republican prepares to take office, Mark Kiesel would favor dollar assets, shortened duration fixed income and more inflation protection.
Sunoco Logistics said it agreed to acquire Energy Transfer Partners in a deal valued at $19.93 billion on Monday.
Jeff Vinik shared his views on the market in an exclusive interview Monday on CNBC's "Power Lunch."
Tech stocks have bounced back, and one technical analyst says that this tech “king” is helping the Nasdaq hit all-time highs.
Cubic attributed the lower-than-expected results to funding delays by the U.S. Department of Defense.
Boral, Australia's biggest supplier of building materials, said Sunday it would offer Headwaters shareholders $24.25 per share.
Jim Cramer has seen winners and losers, but this stock takes the cake as the ugliest of the year.
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