Tech shares have risen more than banks, utilities, health firms, energy companies or consumer brands.
The index, which measures all nine U.S. census divisions, found that nationwide home prices rose 5.8 percent year-over-year in February.
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The battle between Buffalo Wild Wings and activist investors at Marcato Capital Management continued to rage on Tuesday.
Bank of America Merrill Lynch cut its view on Tesla shares by $5 after analyzing the electric car company's combination with SolarCity.
The federal judiciary has been a thorn in President Trump's side over his travel ban, and it could become a counterweight to his power.
The Lumber tariff shows how serious Trump is about enforcing trade rules, Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross tells CNBC.
Strategist Tom Lee has a clear message for investors: Stocks are carrying more downside risk than upside risk at this juncture.
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After campaign promises not to rely on executive orders, Trump will sign the most out of any president's 100 days since World War II.
North Korea reportedly put on a massive live-fire drill on Tuesday to mark the foundation of its military.
McDonald's is expected to post earnings of $1.33 per share on $5.53 billion in revenue, according to Thompson Reuters estimates.
Raymond James lowers its rating on Amazon to market perform, citing the need for better profitability to justify further stock gains.
Some German women question Ivanka Trump's contribution at an affair featuring other uber-qualified speakers like Christine Lagarde. NBC News reports.
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Former acting attorney general Sally Yates is scheduled to appear at a congressional hearing next month on Russian interference in the election.
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