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Shares of U.S. Foods spiked nearly 8 percent shortly after opening for trade on the New York Stock Exchange.
Semiconductor stocks have been on a tear but one trader is betting big that the run isn't over.
Pioneer Natural Resources has become more optimistic and is planning for the return of five to 10 rigs once it is confident the upturn in oil is more sustainable.
"Halftime Report" trader Jon Najarian bought AbbVie for his CNBC Pro model portfolio, which is currently up 10 percent on the year.
The S&P 500 has entered the third and final phase of the Dow Theory and could reach 2,600 next year, Todd Gordon said.
Bernstein resumed coverage of Chipotle with an "outperform" rating. Here's why.
Forget about the company's quarterly results: Costco shares are up because of this, CNBC's Jim Cramer says.
Using Kensho, we looked at which stocks and ETFs performed the best on surging oil prices.
The S&P 500 should soon hit a record high due to a number of positive forces coming together, market watcher Jim Paulsen tells CNBC.
"Crude is trading at new highs for 2016, while the large cap energy sector is not. One of those prices is wrong," says Convergex's Nicholas Colas.
Lions Gate Entertainment surged more than 12 percent in the premarket as investors cheered the company's latest quarterly results.
Whitney Tilson is bullish on Berkshire Hathaway in an interview with CNBC's Kelly Evans. Here's why...
Both Dollar General and Dollar Tree traded higher on Thursday after they posted earnings that beat Wall Street expectations.
PVH's stock rose more than 5 percent as investors cheered the company's latest quarterly results.
Sears said it was exploring partnerships or other deals for its Kenmore, Craftsman and DieHard unit and its Sears Home Services business.
Using Kensho, a hedge fund analytics tool, CNBC Pro screened for which markets and securities historically do well after a rally in chip stocks.
Jim Cramer has been watching Netflix in the dog house this year, and thinks it could be ready to roar.
Jim Cramer was shocked by what he heard from this company and says investors should strike while the housing iron is hot.
With the financial sector on a tear, we could be at the start of a "stealth rally," CNBC's Jim Cramer said.
After a dismal week for retail earnings, Dana Telsey, CEO of Telsey Advisory Group, says consumers are spending money on experiences, not things.
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