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Stocks have been in a funk for about two months, with the majority of stocks sagging far more than the indexes.
Berkshire Hathaway is the largest IBM stakeholder, with 81.2 million shares worth about 8.6 percent of total shares outstanding.
The chief strategist at Hilltop Securities cites a series of concerns in Britain, France, Italy and Greece.
The emerging markets wiz says investors should look to India.
IBM is the fourth-highest priced stock in the price-weighted Dow.
Citi Research believes Goldman's weak trading results were an anomaly.
Gartman tells CNBC that every time he's gone to cash, he wishes he had not.
The "Fast Money" traders discuss McDonald's stock after the company was upgraded by twice this week.
Jim Cramer explains his best practices for making money when the market is struggling.
Jim Cramer says investors should be worried when these stocks start to rally. It could signal a slowdown, or even a recession.
Jim Cramer clarified the difference between a broken stock and a broken company, and said to steer clear of one group at all costs.
When Goldman Sachs has a bad month like it is now, it's rare for the market to be higher.
The vitamin and nutrition retailer said its going to begin leveraging consumer information from its loyalty program.
Steve Ballmer shares his views on technology and the new government transparency initiative USAFacts in an interview Tuesday on CNBC's "Squawk Box."
"What happened to United should come as a lesson to many corporations," El-Erian tells CNBC.
Is volatility about to spike? A new award-winning paper, "Forecasting a Volatility Tsunami," offers a new answer to that common question.
Data covering the past five administrations show that Trump has enjoyed a relatively good, and surprising, market in his first 100 days.
Bernstein raises its rating on McDonald's to outperform from market perform.
Netflix execs may have inadvertently revealed that their subscriber guidance for this quarter is too conservative, according to analysts.
Credit Suisse estimates Apple's services business will grow to $52 billion in sales by 2020 from $26 billion this year.
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