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A daily look at the morning's key financial stories.
Some of the names on the move ahead of the open.
Jim Cramer sat down with Patterson-UTI Energy Executive Chairman Mark Siegel for an update on the oil patch.
Jim Cramer dug up one big worry on his mind amid the market surging to new highs.
Jim Cramer looks into the group of stocks that drove the Dow Jones' gains in the third quarter.
Jim Cramer explains why he hated analysts' "towel throw" upgrades on the stocks of Sherwin Williams and Microsoft.
Oil is right near a precarious level, according to Phillip Streible of RJO Futures.
Tax talk is setting the stage for markets to keep melting up, but the rally could be poised to lose steam soon.
The widely-watched volatility index sank to 9.19 on Thursday, its lowest close since it was created in 1993
See which stocks are posting big moves after the bell.
Here's why one trader is betting on a bigger rally to all-time highs for Netflix.
Technicians at Strategas detailed some of the most compelling reasons they believe financial stocks are set for additional gains.
BlackRock's Jeff Shen called machine learning and big data a "huge driver" for the firm's already-enormous assets under management.
PNC’s Global Chief Investment Strategist Bill Stone gives his bullish case for stocks.
Shares of auto stocks such as General Motors and Ford are on a tear, but some say the stocks are set to take a pause.
Jim Cramer shares his biggest concerns about the stock market that could be cause for selling.
It's unlikely the "King of Debt" can erase Puerto Rico's debt, but Trump's interest in the island may make life harder for bondholders.
As the debate continues over who will benefit from the Trump administration's tax reform plan, one winner will be the corporate bottom line.
A bond dealer says his clients who are holding Puerto Rican debt are just about "suicidal" after Trump threatened to wipe them out.
JPMorgan reiterates its overweight rating for Goldman Sachs shares, saying the bank's trading results will improve as the markets get more volatile.
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