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Caterpillar on Thursday cut its first-quarter earnings and revenue guidance, but said it remains comfortable with its prior full-year forecast.
Some of the names on the move ahead of the open.
The billionaire investor adjusted his battered hedge fund portfolio when he sold 20 million shares of snack maker Mondelez International.
The shipping giant reported fiscal third-quarter earnings of $2.51 per share, adjusted, on $12.7 billion in revenue.
"Fast Money" traders looked for the best way to play the Federal Reserve's decision to hold interest rates unchanged.
The "Fast Money" traders give their final trades of the day.
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Jim Cramer agreed with the Fed's decision on Wednesday. With a strong dollar out of sight, it could lead to a renaissance in these industries.
Jim Cramer reviewed the claims activists launched for United Continental. Do they hold water?
The U.S. central bank did not raise interest rates Wednesday and was more dovish than strategists and economists expected.
The deal would create the largest exchange in Europe, with a market cap close to $30 billion.
Check out the companies making headlines after the bell Wednesday: FedEx, Williams-Sonoma, Guess & more.
The gold trade has been on a remarkable run this year, which leaves investors with a difficult decision to make.
Wealthy Iranians, companies and state-backed buyers will spend up to $8.5 billion on overseas real estate over the next five-to-10 years following the lifting of sanctions, a report has said.
See how March's dot plot for federal-funds rate targets compared to that of December.
The fast-casual chain expects a diluted loss per share for the first quarter of 2016.
Some success in combating terrorist groups and a possible bottoming out of oil prices mean it could be time to invest in Iraq, analysts have said.
Wall Street investor Bill Ackman says he is still confident in Valeant and he plans to be more proactive in his dealings with it.
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Jim Cramer always sells a stock when he hears these two specific words associated with a company.
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