Goldman Sachs raises its rating to buy for the generic drugmaker, citing Teva's aggressive cost-cutting targets for the next two years. » Read More
By: Peter Schacknow
Some of the names on the move ahead of the open. » Read More
By: Evelyn Cheng
Cboe's bitcoin futures looked set to end their first week of trading higher on slightly stronger demand. » Read More
Welcome back to the week ahead on Wall Street and a look at what investors need to know for the next five days.
Jim Cramer found one company that’s enticing in-the-know investors.
Jim Cramer spoke with First Horizon CEO Bryan Jordan for his take on the banking industry.
Bonds rallied hard this week on new worries—and most of them revovle around new tests for President Donald Trump.
You would do a trade like this if you wanted protection in the short-term against a big surge in volatility over the next couple weeks.
When Easter moves between the first and the second quarter, company executives often blame the holiday for poor earnings.
Markets have been raising some red flags that could result in increased volatility and possibly a stock market pull back in the near term.
Cooperman shares his portfolio's top holdings in a letter to his hedge fund clients.
A new, inexpensive commodities ETF means that investors can get exposure to every important asset class at a fraction of traditional costs.
PNC's stock jumped after the bank reported earnings and revenue that beat Wall Street's expectations.
Yext started trading on Thursday on the New York Stock exchange under the symbol YEXT.
Cramer's comments came after big banks JPMorgan, Citigroup and Wells Fargo kicked off earnings season.
The S&P 500's close below its 50-day moving average could signify further weakness over the next few weeks, even months, history shows.
Stocks may be in for a deeper pullback, now that the so-called fear index is finally breaking higher.
Hedge fund manager Leon Cooperman thinks the market will be flat through the summer due to political uncertainty.
The bond guru believes a global slowdown in productivity will hurt GDP growth and reveal stocks and high yield bonds as overvalued.
Some of the names on the move ahead of the open.
A defiant Musk took to Twitter to suggest the investors buy stock in Ford Motor instead. The Ford family controls the Detroit automaker through two classes of stock.
The "Fast Money" traders share their first moves ahead of the holiday weekend.
Some of the actively managed funds are switching from "Trump Trade" bets on financial and infrastructure stocks into retail, apparel, or biotech stocks.
Get the best of CNBC in your inbox