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Some of the names on the move ahead of the open.
A daily look at the morning's key financial stories.
Professional investors are going all in on the bull market, reducing cash allocations and putting the most money in stocks in two years.
The seemingly unstoppable stock market rally is based on emotions not fundamentals, Zell says.
General Electric announces a $6.2 billion after-tax charge for its insurance portfolio.
BMO Capital Markets raises its price target on Amazon to $1,600 from $1,200, the highest call on the e-commerce company of any brokerage.
Transports notched nine-straight days of gains for its longest winning streak in four years. Some see more gains in the short term.
Needham and GBH Insights believe Facebook's financial results will not be materially impacted by the newsfeed change.
After last year's measured, grinding rally, stocks have accelerated into 2018 with a burst of investor enthusiasm.
Kay Van-Petersen, an analyst at Saxo Bank, said in December 2016 that bitcoin would reach $2,000 in 2017, a feat achieved in May.
Jim Cramer said the success of Facebook, Amazon, Netflix and Alphabet proves why "this time it's different" can help you, not hurt you.
Jim Cramer laid out the stocks and events he'll be watching as earnings season kicks into high gear with the big banks' reports.
Jim Cramer tracked the casino stocks' months-long rebound to gauge whether an improving outlook overseas could still drive their gains.
Jim Cramer offered his take on Facebook’s action in this market.
RiverFront Chief Strategist Kevin Nicholson said big inflows to equity funds set off some alarms, but he isn't fading the market yet.
GameStop stock dropped 11 percent in trading Friday after the company announced it expects impairment charges of between $350 million to $400 million.
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