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.
Probability that the Federal Open Market Committee will approve an increase at its March 14-15 meeting zoomed to 69 percent Wednesday morning.
President Donald Trump's speech was short on key specifics, but here's why investors are still pretty bullish.
Some of the names on the move ahead of the open.
Conditions are ripe this year for mutual fund managers to outperform. But even a near-perfect environment may not be enough.
"All are on the same page, including hawks and doves," says one bond strategist of officials at the Federal Reserve.
Palo Alto Networks reported their second quarter 2017 earnings Tuesday, with a revenue miss sending shares plunging in after-hours trading.
These are the stocks posting the largest moves after the bell.
Shares of Weight Watchers International spiked more than 18 percent after hours on Tuesday, after the company reported earnings that beat expectations.
There is an underlying concern that President Donald Trump won't deliver what financial markets want most.
Shares of enterprise software company Workday dipped Tuesday after the company gave a disappointing outlook.
Shares of Albemarle climbed more than 8 percent on Tuesday after the company reported a strong earnings and guidance beat for its fourth quarter.
Shares of brokerages traded lower Tuesday after two major firms in the industry announced plans to cut trading commissions.
The company is investing a "fair amount" into research and development, the executive told shareholders.
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