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A move higher in oil prices could continue to support stocks Wednesday, as markets dance around expectations for a Fed rate hike.
Buyers swarmed the two-year Treasury auction, at the same time market expectations for a Fed rate hike were building.
Silicon Valley venture capitalist Peter Thiel funded Hulk Hogan's high-profile legal case against Gawker Media, Forbes reported, citing unnamed sources.
The market's inertia is beginning to set milestones. What will break the fog of low-volume neutrality?
Asia markets traded sharply higher on Wednesday, with most major indexes advancing near or more than 1 percent each, after U.S. gains.
Gundlach also said it is still 50/50 odds that the U.S. Federal Reserve will raise interest rates in June.
Hewlett Packard Enterprise met earnings estimates and announced a spinoff of its enterprise services unit, which will merge with Computer Sciences.
Euro zone finance ministers have approved a new aid package for Greece, including new debt measures.
A camera operator working for CNBC on Tuesday was ejected from a financial conference in Brussels before a speech on cybersecurity.
Apple is getting ready to launch a software developer kit for Siri, citing a source that has "direct knowledge of the effort."
Jim Cramer saw plenty of signs that this rally is the real deal, but when tech rallies, stocks are in new territory.
Under Armour has reached a 15-year, $280 million footwear and apparel deal with UCLA, the largest in college sports.
Stephen Weiss of Short Hills Capital Partners is seeing a bottom for hedge funds.
Companies are investing in this to leverage their products exposure on social media.
Wells Fargo is jumping into the mobile payments game with its new Wells Fargo Wallet.
Amid Snapchat's reported new funding round, "Fast Money" traders only saw more reason to own Facebook.
Donald Trump's poll numbers are surging because of three things he's doing right now, says Jake Novak.
Jim Cramer is elated that the chatter surrounding the Fed refuses to take down stocks.
Sam Zell said he's investing less today because he sees fewer opportunities and selling more because he doesn't get buyers' optimism.
"You don't see my name on any buildings, do you? That's just not who I am," developer Sam Zell tells CNBC.