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U.S. government debt yields rose Friday, as investors received their first sign that inflation may be on the rise in the latest jobs report.
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Wall Street is missing out on billions thanks in part to some large-cap tech stocks.
Jefferies says Disney's new strategy to compete with Netflix will require significant investments.
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Jim Cramer sat down with Patterson-UTI Energy Executive Chairman Mark Siegel for an update on the oil patch.
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Oil is right near a precarious level, according to Phillip Streible of RJO Futures.
Tax talk is setting the stage for markets to keep melting up, but the rally could be poised to lose steam soon.
The widely-watched volatility index sank to 9.19 on Thursday, its lowest close since it was created in 1993
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Technicians at Strategas detailed some of the most compelling reasons they believe financial stocks are set for additional gains.
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