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Instinet says executive departures at Under Armour are "hard to ignore."
JPMorgan on Monday upgraded Aflac to overweight on valuations and the firm's earnings potential.
Today the IQ 100 Index of innovative large-cap companies was rebalanced, and companies like Target and Nabors Industries made the cut.
Goldman is looking at three events between now and June that could trigger a market decline.
Jefferies adds Chevron to its "franchise picks" list, reiterating a buy rating on the energy company.
Exelixis says it will evaluate its cancer drug Cabometyx with Opdivo, Bristol's PD-1 immune checkpoint inhibitor.
Shares of Martin Marietta Materials, Vulcan Materials and Nucor rose after Trump announced plans to increase defense spending by $54 billion.
The Oracle of Omaha trumpeted stocks and bashed bonds in his CNBC interview. He also detailed three ways he plans to judge President Trump.
Shutterstock shares plunged after the photo and video company reported a fourth-quarter earnings and revenue miss on Monday.
Shares of Sotheby's climbed more than 15 percent to reach a 52-week intraday high Monday.
Goldman Sachs' estimate for Nvidia 2018 earnings per share is 50 percent higher than the Wall Street consensus.
It's time to challenge the infallibility of this retirement investment strategy, says American Funds' Tim Armour.
There can only be a few investing superstars, and Warren Buffett is one of them, Cramer says.
"The idea of committing your money at roughly 3 percent for 30 years ... doesn't make any sense to me," the billionaire tells CNBC.
CNBC PRO used crowdsourced earnings platform Estimize to find the stocks with the best chance at beating the Street.
These aren't last century's airline companies, and that's why legendary investor Warren Buffett is spending money on them.
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