Working with analytics firm Kensho, CNBC ran a screen looking at how the markets performed two weeks after JPMorgan and Goldman Sachs earnings beat.
Check out the companies making headlines after the bell Tuesday: Intel, Yahoo, Hawaiian Holdings and more.
The Norwegian government is considering taking a bigger bet on stocks, which could be a big deal for global equities.
Major bank earnings have topped expectations, helped primarily by post-Brexit market volatility that spurred a surge in bond trading.
Corrections Corporation of America share rose Tuesday after it said extended a contract with Immigration and Customs Enforcement.
The stock market is betting on an election outcome that could mean political inertia and more gains ahead.
Emerging markets have outperformed sharply in 2016, says UBS's Mark Haefele. There's still time for investors to jump in.
Should Trump score an upset, it will trigger what one observer called "the biggest political payout in bookmaking history."
Analysts remain divided over what happens for Netflix from here. Here are some highlights from analysts' initial takes in the wake of the report.
Netflix on Monday after the market closed reported third-quarter earnings and said it gained more memberships than it foretasted.
Some of the names on the move ahead of the open.
The emails sent by her staff hint that she may be inclined to impose heavier regulations on the financial industry, the NYT reports.
All eyes on Wall Street will watch inflation data Tuesday, while earnings season continues to build up steam.
These are the stocks posting the largest moves after the bell on Monday, including: Netflix, IBM, Visa and more.
Hillary Clinton has the "right plan" to spur small business and job creation, says the head of the U.S. Small Business Administration.
The state has paid hedge fund managers $1 billion in fees over the past eight years with little to show for it, officials charge.
Wall Street is about the crudest locker room you're going to find—and yet a lot of finance professionals just can't "stomach" Trump.
As secretary of state, Clinton adopted a do-as-I-say-not-as-I-do attitude regarding personal email accounts for business, according to FBI documents.
Eight companies in the Standard & Poor's 500 index are expected to have lost $100 million in 3Q, reports USA Today.
Natwest has withdrawn its U.K. banking services from state-run broadcaster Russia Today, according to RT's editor-in-chief.
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