The trickle toward indexes has turned into a flood, with more than half a trillion dollars heading into passive funds over the past year.
Stocks are hunting for more good news on the economy—as well as signs that Washington will be getting down to business on tax reform.
The chemical products maker is considering a potential split in its businesses, Bloomberg reported, citing people familiar with the matter.
The two underpinnings of this rally — the Trump Rally, and the Reflation Trade — are both very much intact.
Shares of cosmetics manufacturer Nu Skin Enterprises fell Friday after reporting disappointing sales and current quarter guidance.
Shares of Aetna trimmed losses Friday, pending news that the company was raising its divided and authorizing a share repurchase.
Shares of Brookdale fell Friday, after a report from the WSJ that Ventas was interested in buying parts or all of the company.
Citi Research forecasts Square can grow its sales by 29 percent annually through 2019.
The tax plan that promises the biggest cuts in corporate taxes without straining the budget looks increasingly unlikely to become law.
The billionaire's short positions came in the form of puts, or options to sell, on two exchange-traded funds that track market indexes.
Wall Street needs to start factoring in the epic craziness going on in the Trump administration now, says Ron Insana.
The California-based company reported a loss on Thursday, though it was not as bad as analysts expected.
Some of the names on the move ahead of the open.
Two leading chief investment strategists tell CNBC that Trump's promised pro-growth agenda should help drive the stock market even higher.
Oil is likely to remain in the low $50s for the rest of the year.
Even after Thursday's market malaise, stocks roll into Friday with some of their best weekly gains of the year.
Check out which companies are making headlines after the bell on Thursday.
Falling natural gas prices would be even lower if not for a growing U.S. export market.
Avis was the worst performer in the Dow transports, which fell 0.8 percent.
GNC shares dropped Thursday after the company released disappointing fourth quarter results and suspended dividends.
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