Advanced Micro Devices shares fell for a second-straight day after the firm's new Ryzen line of desktop processors disappointed gamers.
Monster Beverage's board approved a new buyback program for the repurchase of up to $500 million of the company's outstanding common stock.
Shares of tech company Snap Interactive, whose market cap totals just $51 million, surged more than 17 percent Thursday.
As an individual content creator ... I think Snap is fairly pointless, Josh Brown writes on "The Reformed Broker" blog.
This week he sold 15 of what he described as "short-term tactical positions" and is sitting things out until further notice.
Founders Evan Spiegel and Bobby Murphy are getting $272 million apiece, Recode reports.
The drug, known as JCAR015, was being tested in adults with relapsed acute lymphoblastic leukemia, a rare and deadly blood cancer.
Sure, the Trump rally is imitating 1987 in some ways, says Ron Insana. But this is the real risk to the bull market.
Some of the names on the move ahead of the open.
The money continues to move into stocks, and one set of assets leaped from $35 billion in inflows to $52 billion in only a month.
See which stocks are making moves after the bell.
March roared in like a lion on steroids, fitting for the month that marks the eighth anniversary of the bull market.
Macau's gambling revenue rose for a seventh month and hit a two-year high in February, giving a boost to casino stocks Wednesday.
Forget the dot-com boom with its "irrational exuberance" or the real estate bubble: Current market sentiment eclipses all of that.
The stock slid sharply in morning trading before rebounding to climb about 1 percent higher Wednesday.
Shares of Time jumped Wednesday after a Bloomberg report, citing sources, indicated several companies may be interested in buying the media company.
CarMax shares fell more than 2 percent on Wednesday after the news.
If the Dow closes above 21,000, that ties it with the index's 1,000-point gain over 24 trading days in 1999.
But Dalio says he expects to stay "until I die or until those running Bridgewater don't want me anymore."
President Donald Trump maintained a nonpolarizing tone in his speech to Congress, Cramer says.
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