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Ryanair saw shares pop 2 percent after the company announced increases revenues, customers and earnings, despite Brexit worries.
All eyes are on earnings this week as 30 percent of the Nasdaq 100 reports — and traders are expecting some big moves from some of the names.
Shares of Deere and other leading farm machinery stocks were plowed down after Piper Jaffray predicted a longer ag downtuwn.
Analysts initiated shares of Allergan at an "outperform" rating, saying its diversified drug pipeline is underappreciated by investors.
Kimberly-Clark dipped more than 1 percent Monday even after the company surpassed earnings estimates.
All election outcomes point to "downside to U.S. equities" into year-end, according to HSBC.
Shares of Outerwall jumped Monday after the company announced it would be bought for $1.6 billion by funds managed by Apollo Global Management.
Cramer said he is excited for what Verizon's $4.8 billion deal to buy Yahoo means for AOL CEO Tim Armstrong.
Santander Consumer USA looks to resolve issues regarding "discount accretion and credit loss allowance methodologies."
Wall Street is bracing for a lackluster earnings report quarter when Apple reports on Tuesday.
Shares of software company Tableau dipped Monday after analysts at Deutsche Bank downgraded the stock to "hold" from "buy".
Susquehanna just upgraded Mondelez to positive from neutral.
The final week of July is guaranteed to be one of the busiest of summer. The coming week is packed with potential market movers.
If you're riding the record breaking S&P 500 rally, you'll want to see this chart.
Some of the names on the move ahead of the open.
CEO Mark Dunkerley said lower fuel costs and strong demand propelled the strong quarterly results.
Cosmetics company L'Oreal has agreed to buy IT Cosmetics for $1.2 billion.
In a world of disappearing market returns and negative interest rates, the search for growth has become increasingly difficult, Goldman Sachs says.
Sell Pandora shares on weak profit potential, Pacific Crest said.