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  • Amazon jumped as much as 3.2 percent to a record high of $701.40, providing the biggest boost on the S&P and the Nasdaq, after Bernstein set a $1,000 price target on the stock. World stock markets had also risen, helped by solid corporate earnings in Europe, progress on Greek debt talks, and a new pledge by Japan that it was prepared to weaken the yen.

  • May 10- Wall Street opened higher on Tuesday, tracking global equities, as investors' appetite for risk increased and as oil prices rose, boosting energy shares. World stock markets also rose, helped by solid corporate earnings in Europe, progress on Greek debt talks, and a new pledge by Japan that it was prepared to weaken its currency. "The market has been resilient...

  • *World stocks also higher on earnings, Greek talks, Japan. May 10- Wall Street was poised to open higher on Tuesday, tracking global equities, as investors' appetite for risk increased and as oil prices rose. World stock markets also rose, helped by solid corporate earnings in Europe, progress on Greek debt talks, and a new pledge by Japan that it was prepared to weaken...

  • *Oil drops; materials hit by weak China data. *Lending Club slumps as CEO resigns after internal probe. May 9- Wall Street ended mixed on Monday after a rally in Allergan Plc and other healthcare companies offset a decline in energy shares.

  • How to double your money if stocks rally 1%

    It’s been a frustrating couple of months for investors as stocks continue to churn in a narrow range. But according to one trader the S&P 500 could soon make a run back at its 2016 high—and he has a clever strategy to double your money on the way up.

  • Defense stocks fire on all cylinders

    The big names in the defense industry have performed well this year. Ari Wald of Oppenheimer and Eddy Elfenbein of “Crossing Wall Street” discuss with Brian Sullivan.

  • Have the Tesla wheels stopped turning?

    With Tesla shares falling into reverse, Ari Wald of Oppenheimer and Eddy Elfenbein of “Crossing Wall Street” discuss the stock’s future with Brian Sullivan.

  • NEW YORK, May 9- The yen tumbled against the U.S. dollar on Monday as Japan signalled it was ready to intervene in the currency market, while a drop in oil prices undercut stocks. Europe's broad stock index gained, supported by a 1.1- percent rise for Germany's DAX index amid positive news for the country's economy. "Today, really you're seeing just that...

  • SAO PAULO, May 9- Brazilian markets weakened on Monday after the acting lower house speaker in Brazil's Congress annulled an impeachment vote, though losses were pared as investors bet the move would delay rather than prevent leftist President Dilma Rousseff's removal from office. The country's benchmark Bovespa stock index slid 2 percent while the broader...

  • *European shares led by Germany's DAX after strong orders. NEW YORK, May 9- The yen tumbled against the U.S. dollar on Monday as Japan signaled it was ready to intervene in the currency market, while a drop in oil prices undercut stocks. "Today, really you're seeing just that back-and-forth that has been here for months: very tight ranges, modest movements and just a mix...

  • *Raises FY adj profit range to $4.20- 4.30/ share. *Shares touch record high of $70.44. Shares of the company were up 3 percent at $69.13 on Monday, after touching a record high of $70.44 in early trading.

  • LONDON, May 9- European stock markets bounced back from their worst week since early February with a more than 1 percent gain on Monday, a rise in oil prices and strong economic numbers from Germany outweighing worries over China. The dollar, struggling since a disappointing set of U.S. jobs numbers on Friday, jumped to its highest in 10 days against the yen after...

  • *Baidu shares down 5 pct in early trading in New York. BEIJING, May 9- Chinese regulators imposed limits on the lucrative healthcare adverts carried by Baidu Inc on Monday following the death of a student who underwent experimental cancer treatment he found via China's biggest search engine. Baidu's shares fell by 5 percent in pre-market trading in New York...

  • May 9- U.S. stock index futures were higher on Monday, extending gains from Friday after the disappointing U.S. jobs report suggested the Federal Reserve would raise rates just once this year and as crude rallied after a wildfire in Canada hit supplies. *Wall Street rebounded from early losses and closed higher on Friday after investors focused on the positive...

  • *Nikkei up on weaker yen, Shanghai stocks hit by weak trade data. LONDON, May 9- The dollar hit a 10- day high against the yen on Monday after Japan's finance minister said outright that Tokyo was ready to intervene in the currency market if yen moves are volatile enough to hurt trade and the economy. Japan is the developed world's most consistent interventionist on...

  • A trader works on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange during the afternoon of Aug. 20, 2015.

    Analysts say banks' FICC desk's poor performance has hit a low point and will bounce back.

  • May 6- U.S. stocks rebounded from early losses to close higher on Friday as investors viewed the day's jobs data as less disappointing than first thought. In the Labor Department report, nonfarm payrolls increased less than economists expected, and April's job gains were the smallest since September. "I know there was a knee-jerk reaction where the equity market...

  • NEW YORK, May 6- The U.S. stock market could get a shot in the arm next week as consumer-facing companies report earnings in a season in which the sector has so far been the overachiever. First-quarter earnings are winding down and the consumer discretionary components of the S&P 500 are the only sector showing double-digit earnings growth from a year ago.

  • NEW YORK, May 6- U.S. stocks rebounded from early losses to close higher on Friday as investors viewed the day's jobs report as less disappointing than first thought.

  • The stocks that Wall Street got wrong

    A look at the four companies on which analyst truly missed the mark on. Erin Gibbs of S&P Investment Advisory and Frank Cappelleri of Instinet discuss with Dominic Chu.