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Three out of Wednesday's top four gainers were chip stocks Advanced Micro Devices, Nvidia and Micron Technology.
Buffalo Wild Wings' proxy battle may be over, but it is still fighting to convince shareholders that it can forge a successful turnaround.
The full interview with Fundstrat's Tom Lee.
Oil prices ended the longest bull run in five years, as more evidence indicated OPEC exports rose in June.
Auto parts retailer stocks are hit after O'Reilly Automotive reported weaker than expected same store sales numbers.
Loup Ventures' Gene Munster makes his case for why Apple stocks are set to rally even higher.
The Federal Reserve is kind of in a unique place, Jim Cramer says.
KeyBanc Capital Markets raises its rating on Oracle shares to overweight, predicting its cloud sales will double within two years.
Jefferies highlights the gains U.S. financials have made over the past year, and points to future success under the Trump administration.
The Fed could impact markets when it releases minutes from its last meeting Wednesday, particularly if it signals it could raise rates soon.
Some of the names on the move ahead of the open.
A daily look at the morning's key financial stories.
We're still in the early innings of earnings season, but so far the results have been promising.
Goldman lowers its price target on Tesla shares, saying the company will likely have problems meeting its production targets this year.
Exchange-traded funds now account for more than a third of U.S. ownership of the S&P 500, Bank of America/Merrill Lynch said.
Retail consultant Jan Kniffen speculates that Sears could file for bankruptcy as early as next month.
Short seller Jim Chanos is skeptical President Donald Trump's infrastructure plan will lead to any significant economic growth.
Goldman Sachs is reviewing its commodities trading following its worst first half in over a decade, according to Bloomberg.
Oil prices are positioned to head higher in the second half after crude's dismal performance in the first six part of 2017, analysts said.
Tesla has been about showing progress, not necessarily hitting all of the benchmarks, Oppenheimer analyst Colin Rusch tells CNBC.
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