Jefferies predicts Amazon's auto parts offering and discounting will hurt auto parts retailers' profits.
CNBC's Bob Pisani and Art Cashin, of UBS, discuss the controlled rally in oil.
William Blair initiates coverage of Boston Beer with an outperform rating on the belief the craft-beer market will continue to expand.
Goldman Sachs cuts its Chipotle price target due to slowing sales.
Ringing today's opening bells are Gabelli Go Anywhere Trust's Kuni Nakamura, Trustee, at the NYSE, and Fiserv President & CEO Jeffery Yabuki, at the Nasdaq.
Today's bell ringers are Gabelli Go Anywhere Trust's Kuni Nakamura, Trustee, at the NYSE, and Fiserv President & CEO Jeffery Yabuki, at the Nasdaq.
JPMorgan cites the risks of more litigation costs and higher regulation after the Senate hearing with WFC's CEO.
If Janet Yellen is hawkish Wednesday, these stocks will likely do well.
An investment in Tesla by Apple in return for some of the carmaker's innovation dust might be just what both companies need, Breakingviews reports.
"Fast Money" trader Steve Grasso discusses what to watch in the last half hour of trading.
NEW YORK, Sept 20- IEX Group, the newest U.S. equities exchange operator, is actively courting companies to list their stocks on its exchange, according to a letter sent to potential listing clients that was obtained by Reuters. The New York- based company, which was featured in Michael Lewis's book "Flash Boys: A Wall Street Revolt," will challenge Intercontinental...
Rafferty Capital's Dick Bove reiterates his sell rating on Wells Fargo, speculating that Warren Buffett is likely 'walking away' from the stock.
Susquehanna initiates coverage on Intel with a positive rating.
Sen. Elizabeth Warren takes down Wells Fargo.
Morgan Stanley upgraded shares of Wells Fargo to overweight, predicting a 15 percent rally in the stock in the next 12 months.
Ringing today's opening bells are Sprint CEO Marcelo Claure highlighting the mobile carrier's new marketing campaign, at the NYSE, and ICF International Chairman & CEO Sudhakar Kesavan, at the Nasdaq.
Piper Jaffray's recent survey of iPhone owners shows iPhone 7 upgrade interest is falling.
Today's bell ringers are Sprint CEO Marcelo Claure highlighting the mobile carrier's new marketing campaign, at the NYSE, and ICF International Chairman & CEO Sudhakar Kesavan, at the Nasdaq.
"We have somewhat more confidence that the upgrade cycle may not be lengthening as much as previously thought," UBS says.
Tech investor Paul Meeks thinks investors should dump shares of Intel at these levels. Here's why.