At a time when some of Wall Street's biggest names are heading for the exits, retail investors are betting they're wrong.
Shares of Praxair jumped Tuesday after confirmation the U.S. firm was in talks for a potential merger with German industrial gases group Linde.
Some of the names on the move ahead of the open.
A day after warning stocks appeared to be nearing a stall, Art Cashin says the market is churning in a narrow band of resistance.
Consumer inflation and industrial production could influence stocks, but the market seems set on autopilot toward more new highs.
Check out the companies making headlines after the bell on Monday.
Berkshire Hathaway added a large chunk of Apple stock to its portfolio.
Chesapeake shares closed up about 9.5 percent Monday.
Shares of Sysco failed to hold all-time highs after reporting earnings and its view on the impact of the U.K. vote to leave the European Union.
With the major averages hitting record intraday highs, market signals are strong and vitals are healthy.
Trump "doesn't seem to think (foreign policy) matters," Biden said.
For the Democratic nominee, a campaign stop in Scranton with Vice President Joe Biden was something of a homecoming.
Media companies have been targeted by savvy investors looking to make a quick buck on a corporate turnaround.
Dollar bulls have been falling by the wayside this summer, as the Fed looks further away from tightening.
Homebuilder stocks rise as strong monthly housing data fuel confidence among builders.
Shares of Time popped after Jana Partners revealed a nearly 5-million share stake in the company.
The shares' plunge to start the year has been reversed, and loose monetary policy could support lenders’ operations.
Stocks may be striking new highs, but they've only done so incrementally, flashing the risk they're stalling out, Art Cashin says.
The perennial bull sees great things ahead for stocks like Foot Locker and Michael Kors.
The billionaire hedge fund manager cut back on some of his biggest bets in the energy sector and sold off other names during the second quarter.
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