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Biotech Amgen's second-quarter earnings report revealed the company's growth is slowing and a buildup in inventories.
Bullishness in the most recent Investors Intelligence survey hit 60.2 percent, the highest level since late-February.
The "Fast Money" traders share their first moves for the early hours of trading.
Shares of high-end hotel operator Wynn Resorts fell 4 percent after the company said gambling at their Macau tables decreased.
As a huge share of America’s biggest companies report their results, it’s looking to be an especially temperate earnings season.
Some of the names on the move ahead of the open.
A daily look at the morning's key financial stories.
Fed watchers are hanging on how the Fed characterizes one word in its statement Wednesday—and that is inflation.
Barclays began offering a bond exchange-traded fund 15 years ago.
The crude comeback is far from over, according to Todd Gordon of TradingAnalysis.com.
Jim Cramer says investors should not give up on the stocks of 3M, Domino's, Hasbro and Alphabet because of their action after earnings.
Jim Cramer takes to the charts of technician Tim Collins to forecast a potential buying opportunity in the stock of General Dynamics.
The dollar index just hit a new 13-month low, and that could be great news for stocks.
CEO Michael Roth says his advertising company's poor report largely came from reduced spending by consumer goods clients.
Artificial intelligence, machine learning and robotics are making some real money for stock investors, and beating the market.
Wedbush research forecasts Twitter to beat revenue expectations but have underwhelming user growth rates.
Mining stocks led the S&P 500 higher on Tuesday on strong quarterly results and a surge in copper prices.
Jefferies says Delphi Automotive & BorgWarner are the "best positioned to benefit from ongoing secular auto tech shifts."
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