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The U.S. dollar looks ready to turn from loser to leader.
Exxon Mobil's net asset value looks attractive compared with peers, and its dividend yield is high compared to the S&P 500, Barclays said.
The "Fast Money" traders share their first moves for the early hours of the trading day.
Arena Pharmaceuticals' drug Ralienpag met its Phase 2 program goals.
Ethereum's price slipped below $200 for the first time since May 30, continuing its fall for a second consecutive session on Tuesday.
Federated's Phil Orlando is jumping into an unloved area of the market.
Deutsche Bank thinks Wall Street's expectations for Apple and the iPhone 8 are too high.
Oil prices won't rally unless OPEC takes further action or U.S. crude stockpiles and rig counts fall, Goldman Sachs said.
Morgan Stanley downgrades shares of Snap just 5 months after the firm helped take the once hot media stock public.
Some of the names on the move ahead of the open.
A daily look at the morning's key financial stories.
S&P 500 stocks that generate the most income could pose a risk as the Fed raises interest rates, some strategists says.
Investors will learn more about where the major financial institutions stand when the sector kicks off second-quarter earnings.
Two key measures of inflation are due out later this week, and S&P Global's Erin Gibbs breaks down why she's watching.
Jim Cramer issues a warning that not all toy stocks are created equal.
Jim Cramer predicts the effects of Amazon Prime Day and wonders if some retailers may weather the storm.
Jim Cramer explains why so many investors are bearish on the market, citing the lengthy rally, the Fed, and President Donald Trump.
Jim Cramer sits down with Bob Shapard, the CEO of Oncor Energy, to track the high-profile rival bids for his electric utility.
Here's what the past five market crashes tell us about this frothy market right now, explains Scott Nations, CIO of NationShares.
Get ready, Wall Street. This could be a banner earnings season for the S&P 500, according to data from S&P Capital IQ.
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