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Alphabet and Amazon are racing to a $1,000 share price, with both companies hitting record highs on Wednesday. » Read More
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Tiffany attributed the first-quarter sales declines to lower spending by both foreign tourists and local customers in its Americas region. » Read More
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Wells Capital Management's Jim Paulsen would stay risk-on, but said a correction may be in the cards at some point next year.
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Here's what CNBC's Michael Santoli is watching into the closing bell.
The NJ Department of Environmental Protection predicts it will take nearly 1,000 years to complete the cleanup, according to the lawsuit.
The UBS director of floor operations told CNBC on Wednesday the market has essentially paused.
The "Fast Money" traders share their first moves for the market open.
Monster Beverage stock has lots of energy, Jefferies analyst Kevin Grundy says.
"This run that we've had is going to keep plowing through, straight through 2017," Jonathan Golub tells CNBC.
Some analysts say the low levels in the VIX and improved outlook on growth potentially sets the market up for disappointment.
A Bank of America Merrill Lynch strategist sees history repeating itself in the markets, and more record highs are on the way.
Many of the mega M&A deals rarely work out, explains Breakingviews.
Actelion's shares rose following a report that talks with Sanofi are making progress, increasing optimism that the two will strike a deal.
Jim Cramer breaks out the charts and discovers Broadcom as a winner, and Teck Resources could be about to join the naughty list.
Jim Cramer assessed how more hiring could make two payroll processors the ultimate Trump stocks.
Stocks could take their cue from oil Wednesday as the Dow continues to edge toward 20,000.
Jim Cramer could only explain the market's move higher as a simple case of 'animal spirits.'
Jim Cramer outlines his support for the recombination of two companies, and says it must happen soon.
Between when the Dow was trading at the 10,000 level and now, Pfizer, Merck, General Electric, Verizon and Cisco lagged the broader index.
The Dow hitting 20,000 is a big deal to retail investors, says Sethi Financial Group's Rob Morgan.
According to JPMorgan retail analyst Matt Boss, convenience and value are the two measures to best determine which stocks to purchase.
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