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Bank of America Merrill Lynch is the latest to be bullish on Nvidia's prospects in the artificial intelligence chip market.
Some of the names on the move ahead of the open.
A daily look at the morning's key financial stories.
After recently hitting its 2017 high, copper may be set to cool off.
The price for the digital currency bitcoin recovers after suffering a massive drop last week.
As U.K. Prime Minster Theresa May prepares to relaunch her Brexit strategy, global banking bosses discussed their own road maps.
With bond yields spending years barely above zero in most developed markets, big money investors are having to get creative to find returns.
Three quarters of respondents say Trump deserves credit for the market's record run, according to the latest CNBC Global CFO Council survey.
Active investment performance has outpaced passive so far in 2017. Various factors suggest that it could stay out front for a few years.
Traders hope to hear whether the economic impact of the hurricanes could affect the Fed's view on interest rates and the economy.
Jim Cramer reveals how the market may be fibbing when it comes to some big time data.
Jim Cramer cuts to the core of the market's reaction to Entercom merging with CBS Radio and explains why it may have been mistaken.
JPMorgan's Marko Kolanovic reinforced his boss this week in bashing bitcoin, warning that the cryptocurrency is likely a "pyramid scheme."
UBS says FedEx is facing market share losses in Europe due to the cyberattack disruptions in its TNT Express subsidiary.
The full interview with Marc Faber.
The Fundstrat co-founder says he still believes each bitcoin will be worth $25,000 in five years despite this week's double-digit decline.
Oracle's first-quarter results were better than expected on both revenue and earnings per share. But guidance sent the stock down.
Hurricanes that cause big damage have a second life: In the earnings calls of big companies in the quarters following the storm.
"We have had a shift in market leadership away from the U.S. to other markets," Marc "Dr. Doom" Faber says.
One trader is making the case to bet against the big tech rally.
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