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Stocks squeezed out a small gain for the third-straight session Thursday, but the day's gains were limited as enthusiasm over reports over a Greek deal faded and investors were unmoved following some better-than-expected economic news.
USPS attacks billions in losses with longing for days gone by.
The euro shrugged news of a Greek debt deal, but this strategist thinks the fun isn't over.
Investor optimism for a rising stock market is at the highest level in a year.
Warren Buffett is making his case. Stocks, or investments in any "productive" asset, will "prove to be the runaway winner" over bonds or gold .. and "more important, it will be by far the safest," he writes in Fortune magazine.
Investors who counted on an orderly resolution to the Greek debt crisis appear to have gotten what they wanted. But the question now is: What happens next?
Sirius, Linkedin and Activision will report earnings. So are the stocks hot or not? CNBC's Julia Boorstin & John Carney weigh in.
The major averages surged 20% since the October low of 2011, but despite that huge move, billionaire investor Ron Baron said stocks are still cheap, with Mike Finnegan, Principal Funds; Bill Stone, PNC Wealth Management;
Has Microsoft’s perceived value among businesses fallen to such depths that it actually struggles to give its software away? The answer is, apparently, yes.
Traders are bidding up natural gas prices after an executive from Chesapeake Energy spacer reiterated that low prices may force the company to significantly cut gas production.
Barclays Capital Equity Research analyst Mark May told CNBC he is willing to cut Groupon some slack on its first quarterly loss, but he is troubled by the online daily deal site not fully disclosing customer and merchant data.
Ilyse Brainin, creator of Floppets, knew she had a hit toy on her hands when she sold one every minute during two days at the Chicago Toy Fair.
CNBC's Bob Pisani and Art Cashin, of UBS, discuss the markets' lack of response to the Greek deal. Cashin asks what will happen when the election comes around in April, as Greeks are already crying about austerity.
These strategists say the Australian and New Zealand dollars could be headed for a fall.
CNBC's Sharon Epperson takes a look at the natural gas inventory report, indicating that inventories dipped 78 BCF.
Groupon's first earnings report Mark May, Barclays Capital Equity Research internet analyst.