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Outsized gains in tech are making the market look better than the underlying trends reveal, technical analyst Todd Gordon tell CNBC.
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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.
A top fund manager who shorted banks going into the financial crisis now likes two of the hottest internet stocks.
Baupost's Seth Klarman bought large stakes in two Apple suppliers during the first quarter, according to an SEC filing Friday.
Jim Cramer lays out a case for why Beijing may have a bigger impact on your money than the Capitol.
Activist hedge fund promotes long-time partner Mason Morfit, the FT reports.
Jim Cramer says investors should expect tech stocks to stay red-hot if the president and Congress keep butting heads.
Leon Cooperman's Omega Advisors bought two media stocks in the first quarter, according to a Monday filing with the U.S.
One of the most notable findings from firms' results has been revenue figures.
Crude oil is rallying, but one top technician warns that the recent rebound is nothing more than a value trap.
Cybersecurity stocks jumped Monday as an ongoing cyberattack affecting factories and hospitals hit at least 150 countries.
Citron's Andrew Left, who gained notoriety for successful bets against companies such as Valeant, posted a bearish report on Exact Sciences.
Deutsche Bank raises its rating on Starbucks shares to buy from hold, predicting improving sales growth.
Big stock market names are betting European and emerging market stocks offer better value than US equities. But what about bonds?
Morgan Stanley's Adam Jonas downgrades Tesla shares to equal weight from overweight due to rising competition from larger tech companies.
The S&P 500's tech sector is holding up the whole market this month. How long can it continue to do so?
Is the stock market right to ignore the Comey firing and other DC drama, even if it slows Trump's legislative agenda?
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