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JPMorgan presents its favorite drug stock ideas into earnings season.
The company also reiterated its gross margin guidance for fiscal 2017.
Lockheed Martin's CEO said Tuesday the defense giant is "very close" to reaching a new U.S. contract for the F-35 fighter.
Citi Research also raises its forecast for Tableau's fiscal 2018 software sales to $563 million from $550 million.
Shares of AK Steel plummeted after the company said it sees first quarter average selling prices "relatively flat versus the fourth quarter."
The ETF's gain came after the number of for-sale listings fell again in December to the lowest level since 1999.
Pacific Crest reiterated an overweight rating on Microsoft given the potential for the technology giant to exceed earnings estimates.
Bank stocks need more than Trump promises of deregulation and Fed signals of higher rates, the influential banking analyst tells CNBC.
Jose Cuervo, the world's biggest tequila producer, is planning a Feb. 8 pricing for its long-delayed initial public offering.
Mario Gabelli shares his market views in an interview on CNBC's "Squawk Box."
Morgan Stanley on Friday told clients of a group of stocks that could rally on earnings.
The stock was also downgraded today by Nomura's Instinet to neutral from buy.
Hedge fund assets increased by $46.8 billion to $3.02 trillion in the fourth quarter, according to HFR.
CNBC PRO used crowdsourced earnings platform Estimize to find the stocks with the best chance at beating the Street.
Pacific Crest's estimate for Intel fourth-quarter earnings per share is 78 cents versus the 74 cents Wall Street consensus.
Cramer says if you're a company looking to cut costs by moving abroad, think again.
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