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One classic model has trader Todd Gordon predicting a short-term drop for stocks.
MKM Partners' Rob Sanderson upgrades Twitter to buy from neutral.
Traders are watching to see if the benchmark 10-year Treasury yield will regain its February high, possibly signaling a break out.
The Fed is sure to hike more than once this year, but the key question is how many times. One market watcher says investors could look in an unusual place for a clue.
Some of the names on the move ahead of the open.
Activist investor Jana Partners disclosed a 9.1 percent stake in Pinnacle Foods and said it would seek talks with the company on a range of subjects.
The geopolitical turbulence and market volatility putting downward pressure on the stock market is working out just fine for the commodities market, which languished for years under slow economic conditions and a general trading malaise.
Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing gave disappointing sales guidance for its second quarter due to the weak smartphone market.
Sources tell CNBC Qualcomm is "very concerned" with the fate of an NXP Semiconductors deal.
Hedge-fund managers with high testosterone underperform those with low testosterone by 5.8 percent each year, according to a study.
Not satisfied with the gun industry's response to demands for help ending an epidemic of gun violence, groups representing millions of workers are pressuring what they see as an even bigger change-maker.
General Electric earnings are coming into focus as the company reports Friday.
Projections were good at the end of 2017, they got better as 2018 wore on, and they have only gotten better since earnings season started a week ago.
AT&Inc has withdrawn its planned initial public offering of Vrio, its DirecTV business in Latin America, just hours before the new stock was to start trading.
The chief executive of Goldman Sachs Asset Management's (GSAM) international division played down fears of a stock market correction despite concerns over international trade and hefty valuations.
Stocks may be in for more pain ahead, according to one technical indicator that has been right before.
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