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Check out the companies making headlines after the bell Monday: Target, Staples, Yahoo and more.
After a period of moving in lockstep, crude and the S&P 500 appear to have unlatched.
A former Federal Reserve governor says the central bank shouldn't bend over backward to avoid upsetting the market.
U.S. equities will be hit hard if the Federal Reserve raises interest rates more than once, BofA's Savita Subramanian says.
Investors are slowly coming to grips with a summertime Fed rate hike, but the timing could get interesting.
Tribune Publishing shares plunged after the company rejects a second takeover bid from Gannett, and added a billionaire investor.
Shares of Fiat Chrysler fell Monday following reports from a German newspaper that the automaker may have violated emissions standards in Germany.
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Shares of Monsanto advanced 5 percent after German firm Bayer offered to buy the company for $62 billion in cash.
Shares of Staples popped Monday after analysts upgraded the stock to "buy", and the Sunday Times reported new moves in its sale of European assets.
LendingClub rose 9 percent after Reuters reported the company had hired Jefferies to find investors for loan funding.
Shares of Big Lots fell 1.6 percent after Deutsche Bank released a bearish report on the stock.
Analysts at Goldman Sachs added Schlumberger to the firm's conviction list, predicting a 25 percent gain in the next 12 months.
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Shares of Aflac fell after analysts at KBW questioned whether the stock can keep trucking higher.
Jefferies told clients dividend growth will matter more than earnings growth, so investors should buy companies increasing their payout ratios.
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