The activist hedge fund took a stake in the meal-kit maker despite Amazon's disruptive deal for Whole Foods.
Automated trading has made it difficult to produce returns in the oil market with fundamental analysis, Andy Hall said.
One economist just predicted that the yield on the 10-year Treasury would fall below 2 percent, something it hasn't done since last year.
Canaccord Genuity raises its Nvidia fiscal 2018 earnings per share estimate to $4.09 from $3.61.
The full interview with Tobias Levkovich.
BMO Capital Markets raised its price target on Camping World Holdings after it increased guidance and reported 20 percent sales growth.
Home Depot is up around 15 percent this year, but one technician warns that it could be in trouble as it gears up to report earnings.
Morgan Stanley raises its price targets for Tesla shares after the firm increases its Model 3 production forecasts.
Credit Suisse says today's North Korea troubles are an opportunity for buyers.
A key voice on U.S. stocks says we're in for a significant drop.
Jana Partners' Barry Rosenstein said EQT is putting executive compensation ahead of shareholder value in its planned deal for Rice Energy.
Stock researcher Ronnie Moas raised his price target on bitcoin by $2,500 Monday after the currency hit all-time highs over the weekend.
Aswath Damodaran finds Tesla's capital raising strategy "troubling" for its stock holders.
Initial securities filings since Friday show Third Point and Temasek Holdings dissolved their stakes in Snap entirely.
Goldman Sachs advises clients to invest in high-growth companies, predicting that higher interest rates in 2018 will sap earnings growth.
Baird raises its price target for Tesla shares due to "strong demand" for the Model 3.
A daily look at the morning's key financial stories.
Four of this year’s five best-performing large ETFs have something in common: They are all Asia-related funds.
Technician Scott Redler spots an ominous trend in the charts.
It feels like anything but a summer vacation for Wall Street lately.
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