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Snapchat's parent, which reports earnings Thursday afternoon, has way too many analysts covering the company relative to its size.
Barclays initiated coverage of Delta Air Lines at overweight, highlighting its strong relationships with staff and customers.
Bitcoin will likely outperform the rest of this year, according to Fundstrat's Tom Lee.
Wall Street and Snap could become friends again tonight — Snapchat just needs 175 million users to make it happen.
OPEC raises its collective output for a fourth-straight month, another sign the cartel is struggling to stick to a deal to cut production.
Some of the names on the move ahead of the open.
Traders are more likely to reduce their returns than increase them, according to author Meir Statman.
A daily look at the morning's key financial stories.
One portfolio manager is cautioning some investors who may look to beaten-down brick-and-mortar retail stocks as a value play.
Jim Cramer looks into why so many Wall Street professionals overlooked the soaring stock of aircraft manufacturer Boeing.
Labor Department seeks a delay in implementing the rest of a financial-advice rule.
High uncertainty about Apple shares is presenting an opportunity for some savvy traders.
Nvidia shares have taken off, and traders are anticipating a sharp move when it reports earnings on Thursday after the bell.
Global and national markets remain unperturbed by North Korea's threats toward the U.S.
Why banks won't be able to get away with paying depositors those low interest rates for much longer, says Dick Bove.
In the battle between bitcoin and gold, two traders are making their case for another rally in the yellow metal.
Bill Miller's Income Strategy has sold a high flying jail stock and placed a bet on malls, despite the threat of e-commerce through Amazon.com.
Shares of the rental-car company soared nearly 20 percent on Wednesday after positive comments by Hertz CEO Kathryn Marinello.
"If [safe havens] begin to move very rapidly, then we're going to go into a different kind of phase of trading here," Art Cashin warns.
Lockheed Martin, Northrop Grumman and Raytheon all hit new record highs Wednesday morning following President Donald Trump's verbal threat to North Korea.
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