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Apple's stock rose about 1.5 percent, putting it on track to do something it hasn't done in over a month.
Shares of Nimble Storage surged nearly 25 percent after reporting first-quarter results that topped Wall Street expectations.
AT&T put in a bid for Yahoo's core business and is still in the race, according to a Bloomberg report citing sources.
Alibaba fell more than 6 percent after the firm said the Securities Exchange Commission was looking into its accounting practices.
Both Hewlett Packard Enterprise and Computer Sciences will benefit greatly from their new deal, HPE CEO Meg Whitman says.
While regulators and legislators try reduce the footprint of domestic institutions. American banks continue to lag.
The fourth biggest bank in Canada will reduce its workforce by 4 percent, according to a company memo seen by Reuters.
Shares of Sarepta Therapeutics rose more than 20 percent.
Some of the names on the move ahead of the open.
Donald Trump heads to North Dakota on Thursday and that's where he is expected to roll out his views on the U.S. energy industry.
More than two-thirds of Gulf banks reported an increase in unpaid loans in the first three months of the year and more defaults are likely.
A move higher in oil prices could continue to support stocks Wednesday, as markets dance around expectations for a Fed rate hike.
Check out the companies making headlines after the bell Tuesday: HP Enterprise, Intuit and more.
Buyers swarmed the two-year Treasury auction, at the same time market expectations for a Fed rate hike were building.
Morningstar analysts think Goldman Sachs' stock is set to outperform. They're not as bullish as they once were.
Shares of Johnson Controls gained more than 2 percent as investors digested a bullish note from Credit Suisse.
Shares of Square traded up more than 1 percent Tuesday after BTIG upgraded the stock from "neutral" to "buy."
Herbalife whipsawed after The New York Post reported the firm and the Federal Trade Commission settled a years-long probe.
The bank's need for reserves to offset losses on oil and gas companies could rise in 2016, executives warn.
A slow economy, weak stock market and growing signs of deflation hardly add up to ideal conditions to hike rates in David Rosenberg's book.
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