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Bitcoin slid to its lowest for the month on Thursday amid a broader sell-off in digital currencies.
Kroger CFO Mike Schlotman tells CNBC the outlook was hurt in part by "deflation on top of deflation."
Canaccord Genuity lowers its rating on Alphabet shares to hold from buy, saying its valuation is "expensive by historical standards."
Instinet has upped its target on Amazon's stock to $1,100 from $975 a share.
Markets could give extra weight to Thursday's economic data, after the Fed said it would proceed with rate hikes despite weak inflation.
Multiple cyberattacks on major bitcoin exchanges add to worries that the largely unregulated industry will be unable to manage the hype.
A daily look at the morning's key financial stories.
Yale economist Robert Shiller isn't getting spooked by rising rates or fresh stock market records, at least not yet.
Some of the names on the move ahead of the open.
The S&P 500 has enjoyed a sizable rally this year, but one chart-minded trader sees a clear-cut top in store.
Stocks are poised to open to the downside, with notable weakness in Technology stocks, which had been the market leader.
Jim Cramer reflected on the movement of the market following the Federal Reserve’s latest rate hike.
Jim Cramer tracks the latest changes at Coca-Cola to see if they can improve the soft drink maker's prospects.
After a Wednesday in which markets ended essentially flat after a Fed rate hike, here’s what Todd Gordon will be looking at for Thursday.
The nearly decadelong bull market in the U.S. is long in the tooth and there are better gains to be had elsewhere, says one strategist.
One trader is making a unique bet on the tech giant settling into a trading range ahead of its quarterly earnings report in July.
Stocks are reacting to the cold, hard facts of the economy first and foremost.
Analysts blame weak movie ticket sales, the failed roll out of a value menu and weather for the decline in Cheesecake Factory's sales.
The oil market threatened to fall through key technical levels after the government issued a bearish report on U.S. fuel stockpiles.
The Fed is expected to raise rates Wednesday afternoon, and a majority of respondents in CNBC's latest Fed survey see a hike in September.
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