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This might be a situation where you buy the rumor and you sell the news, Jack Bouroudjian told CNBC.
Activist hedge fund manager Dan Loeb told investors he doesn't plan on missing out on the final stages of this economic expansion.
Jim Cramer says oil prices bottoming could have an effect on investors' stock picks.
Credit Suisse raises its rating on Cisco two notches to outperform from underperform.
Gasoline prices further deteriorated and the dollar spiked following the European Central Bank's latest interest rate decision.
Stocks may be overvalued, but they could also rally substantially in the next few years, according to the Nobel laureate.
Fears about oil, currencies
Some of the names on the move ahead of the open.
One trader sees more record highs for Netflix, urging investors to buy on Wednesday's pullback.
Thursday's blast of earnings news, including some tech bellwethers, could help set the stage for new stock market highs in the near future.
Rather than use the money for hiring and capital purchases, companies plowed the cash into buybacks and dividends.
Retailers from J.C. Penney to Target had been extremely vocal about the impact a border adjustment tax would have on their business.
Professional traders could miss out on some big gains if they "sell in May and go away."
So far this year, markets abroad are leaving U.S. equities in the dust, and some strategists say the outperformance could continue to accelerate.
Jim Cramer sheds light on why the president's tax plan might create wealth, but not jobs.
JPMorgan Chase economists are forecasting first quarter growth of just 0.4 percent, barely a positive pulse.
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