Shares of Match Group soared nearly 20 percent, a day after the company reported better-than-expected revenues.
JPMorgan Private Bank is rotating away from broad U.S. market exposure and making sector calls, Steven Rees says.
Hedge fund titan Robbins is involved in a business known for risks, but on Wednesday he had some uncharacteristically conservative advice.
Zillow has a lot of room to run, and its latest quarterly report shows that, CNBC's Jim Cramer says.
Don't discount Donald Trump's ability to surprise, says Jason Trennert, chief investment strategist at Strategas Research Partners.
McDonald's shares continued to climb Wednesday as they crossed a new milestone.
Fintech companies are hit hard as online lending crimps in volatile markets.
Some of the names on the move ahead of the open.
The likelihood of Donald Trump becoming the Republican presidential candidate compounds concerns about the U.S. economy, Michael Tyler says.
Beset by market volatility, crowded into similar strategies and bogged down by huge piles of investment capital, hedge funds are struggling this year.
Hillary Clinton is expected to win the presidency, but nobody should count out Donald Trump, says political analyst Greg Valliere.
Currency volatility and oil prices could be two factors driving markets Wednesday, as traders also eye U.S. economic data and earnings reports.
Check out the companies making headlines after the bell Tuesday: Alphabet, Under Armour, Southwestern Energy and more.
Twitter's stock hit a new all-time low Tuesday, continuing a downward slide after reporting quarterly results last week.
Pitney Bowes shares slide on weak first-quarter results.
Apple's stock gained nearly 2 percent Tuesday, a day after tying its second-longest losing streak ever.
So far, this is a modest, garden variety pullback, not even a correction.
Shares of Mallinckrodt and Mylan rose after the pharmaceutical companies posted better-than-expected quarterly earnings.
Investors managed to make it through April modestly ahead of the game, though individual returns were held back by one principal culprit: Apple.
AIG fell nearly 2 percent after the company reported weaker-than-expected quarterly earnings.
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