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Morgan Stanley strategist Mike Wilson said he was feeling "very good" ahead of the upcoming earnings week.
Fundstrat strategist Sam Doctor's six-month S&P 500 price target is 2,215, representing 10.5 percent downside from Thursday’s close.
The dollar could flounder and economy fall into recession unless Congress moves on tax cuts, says David Woo, Bank of America strategist.
Using Kensho, we looked at which stocks perform the best when the US dollar falls against the euro.
CNBC PRO used Estimize to determine which companies are likely to beat Wall Street expectations next week.
Active funds, which employ managers who move in and out of positions, hauled in $3.5 billion last week, the best showing in 2½ years.
The iShares Nasdaq Biotechnology Index ETF is on pace for its fourth-straight day of gains.
The name “Applied Optoelectronics” may not immediately grab investors’ attention, but the stock’s performance ought to turn plenty of heads.
The drop in revenue came as weakness in GE's energy connections business offset gains in renewables and power units.
The "Fast Money" traders share their first moves for the market open.
JPMorgan analysts believe Whirlpool's decline in light of Sears' announcement is "overdone."
Nuance Communications sees third-quarter earnings and revenue below Wall Street estimates.
Berenberg says Wells Fargo will report earnings next year below Wall Street expectations due to "weak demand for credit."
If you sold this ETF because you’re scared of Amazon, you made a big mistake, according to one equity strategist.
Morgan Stanley's internet analyst expects Twitter shares to lose half their value due to lack of spending from advertisers.
Jim Cramer shares his advice for how investors should look at market rotations and stock declines happening because of Amazon.
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