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The route in FAAMG stocks appears to be a two-day event, generating a debate about whether these names are in a bubble or not.
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Apple may see further downside, according to one chart-minded trader.
Bond investor Bill Gross warned that monetary policy has exacerbated a disconnect between the financial and the real economy.
Year to date performance for the restaurant company is down nearly 3 percent on declining mall traffic and an increasing generational gap.
Berenberg gives Tesla shares the most bullish forecast on Wall Street.
The 74-year-old founder of Baron Capital says interest rates and oil prices will stay lower for "a very long time."
U.S. stock index futures pointed to a higher open on Tuesday as technology stocks looked to bounce back.
A daily look at the morning's key financial stories.
The ugly sell-off in tech names is not necessarily indicating the broader market is about to crack.
While it wouldn't be surprising if the S&P 500 remained relatively calm through coming weeks, the Nasdaq 100 could see some more big moves.
Some of the names on the move ahead of the open.
The VIX rose in Monday trading to a three-week high. This move higher still places the index at historically low levels.
As stocks continue to climb ever higher, so has the nervousness among investors.
Uber could boost morale and attract new employees by loosening rules on its share sales. But that could also put downward pressure on the price.
Jim Cramer reveals which company could bring the heat this summer.
Jim Cramer finds the reasons behind the sell-off in growth stocks and explains why he sees it as a buying opportunity.
Wall Street is increasingly worried over Apple's valuation and its recent share price decline.
Bitcoin suddenly plummeted Monday, after jumping over the weekend to an all-time high.
RBC Capital raises its price target for the S&P 500 to 2,600, citing improving profit growth and 'reasonable valuations.'
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