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Tesla shares are down nearly 9 percent in the past month, and options traders are piling into the stock ahead of its earnings report.
Republican failures are raising concerns of disorderly stand-off over borrowing,
The majority of an FDA advisory committee voted "yes" when asked whether data support the safety of Dynavax's Heplisav.
The market's strong July performance may ward off some of the negative action that often comes in late summer—and set up 2017 for more gains.
Drexel Hamilton research expects a decent Apple earnings report on Tuesday, but investors may be focused on upcoming innovations.
A surge in dividends and buybacks coupled with growing prospects of regulatory rollbacks are bolstering the case for the largest banks.
Oppenheimer's John Stoltzfus on Monday raised his year-end S&P 500 target by 200 points, based on expectations of better earnings and economic growth.
Oil prices rose above $50 a barrel, as traders raise bullish bets on crude and analysts warn of headwinds.
Cowen says Microsoft will report profit margins above its guidance in the coming year.
Oppenheimer's chief investment strategist explains why the firm's S&P 500 price target hasn't changed yet.
As July heads out the door and August makes its debut, the lack of players doesn't mean there won't be a game.
A daily look at the morning's key financial stories.
Pivotal Research says Facebook is facing digital ad saturation risk as large companies are "scrutinizing" their marketing budgets.
Shares of Snapchat were down more than 3 percent in premarket trade Monday after its IPO "lockup" expiration.
Stock market adrenaline junkies are in luck.
Some of the names on the move ahead of the open.
'We have 6 percent top-line growth and double-digit earnings growth," investment strategist Simeon Hyman tells CNBC.
Jim Cramer shares his methods for how to react when stocks sell off.
Jim Cramer explains why he thinks exchange-traded funds are a bad bet.
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