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Investors aiming to catch up with the strong market rally since the lows in February have missed the boat, JPMorgan strategists say.
Don't expect this gold rally to fizzle. Outspoken commodities expert Dennis Gartman believes the metal could be on the verge of going much, much higher.
Many of the factors hammering Apple's share price are temporary and can be reversed in less than a year, Kulbinder Garcha says.
Some of the names on the move ahead of the open.
Using Kensho, a hedge fund analytics tool, CNBC Pro screened for which securities will rise the most if Apple rallies.
Yahoo's management team and directors have given a warm welcome to Starboard Value Chief Executive Jeffrey Smith since he joined the company's board.
Sprint, the No.4 U.S. wireless carrier, said its quarterly revenue fell 2.5 percent as it gave big discounts to attract more subscribers.
An "application glitch" led some Vanguard clients to see an inflated account balance displayed on their Apple mobile devices, a spokeswoman said.
Jim Cramer spoke with Apple CEO Tim Cook on why he feels optimistic about the company's growth ahead.
Quintiles Transnational and IMS Health said they would merge, creating a company with a market value of more than $17.6 billion.
Jim Cramer spoke with Apple CEO Tim Cook about the one country that could be a game changer very soon.
Jim Cramer spoke with Apple CEO Tim Cook, who provided insight on getting ahead for the long term.
Hedge fund manager Bill Ackman defended his key holding Valeant Pharmaceuticals on Monday, as its shares continued to tumble.
Seagate Technology fell more than 6 percent after analysts at JPMorgan released a bearish outlook on the firm.
In the next 10 to 20 years, artificial intelligence will be "extremely helpful" in managing our lives, Microsoft co-founder Bill Gates tells CNBC.
The only modern year in which gold outperformed the S&P 500 by 20 percent or more while stocks were up directly preceded the financial crisis.
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