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One technician sees a crude comeback in the charts.
The first half of 2017 has seen Goldman's strategy team put out wrong calls about the dollar, commodities and bond yields.
Interest in Scripps from Discovery revives a potential deal the two companies scrapped in 2014.
After an overhaul of its bond trading business two years ago, Morgan Stanley is beating rival Goldman at its own game.
If the grouping closes above $988.49, it would exceed its March 2000 levels, according to FactSet.
Oil prices popped then fizzled on a report Saudi Arabia may further cut exports, showing traders have grown skeptical of policy rumors.
Analysts' revisions could be one of the most important gauges to track.
Some of the names on the move ahead of the open.
A crash in global bond markets and a policy mistake by central banks could be the biggest tail risks to the market, according to a survey.
The "Fast Money" traders share their first moves for the market open.
Analysts are divided on whether investors should buy or avoid Chipotle after its shares dropped on new norovirus reports.
Shares of IBM dropped around 4 percent in opening trade Wednesday after the multinational technology company announced yet another revenue decline.
Shares of United Continental fall nearly 6 percent after the airline's third-quarter forecast disappoint investors.
Strategists say two tech stocks set to report could be head and shoulders above the rest.
The biotech said its three-drug cocktails boosted a measure of lung function in patients with cystic fibrosis.
IBM missed a lot of opportunities over the years, Jefferies analyst James Kisner says.
Aswath Damodaran believes digital currencies will "sooner or later" compete with the major paper currencies.
Jim Cramer explains how gridlock in the nation's capital is affecting how the market is responding to earnings season.
Jim Cramer uses one technician's charts to explain why the rally may be more broad-based than you think.
An unflattering profile piece this weekend in Barron's has generated some online discussion.
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