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Jim Cramer returns to one of his favorite market monitors to find that the FANG stocks are not the rally's only drivers.
There are too many indicators that suggest the U.S. economy has still got further to go, Jerry Castellini told CNBC.
Nick Colas, chief market strategist at Convergex and author of the quirky morning note, is leaving as its acquisition by Cowen Group enters final stages.
David Einhorn is shorting Core Labs partly because of tech buzzwords in earnings calls. But Core Labs isn't the only one using them.
Veteran technician Louise Yamada says an age-old correlation is fading, and that could hinder a comeback for crude.
Traders are making bets against OPEC and Russia's ability to stabilize the oil market.
"That leadership all alone usually can't last forever," Art Cashin tells CNBC.
Proposed legislation under review by Congress poses the key threat to the U.S. dollar's reserve currency status, says ratings agency Fitch.
Robert W. Baird raises its rating on VMware to outperform from neutral, citing the growth potential from its recent cloud partnerships.
It's more likely stocks will take a pause and move sideways this summer than roll over in a "June swoon."
"Amazon probably has the best chance of maintaining a high growth rate for the longest time," Michael Graham tells CNBC.
The "Fast Money" traders share their first moves for the final day of May.
A daily look at the morning's key financial stories.
Some of the names on the move ahead of the open.
With his battle against regulators behind him, Leon Cooperman can focus fully on his reputation as a living legend of investing.
Its market capitalization could grow to $1.75 trillion in 10 years, according to Saxo Bank analyst Kay Van-Petersen.
Jim Cramer examines the group of transportation stocks and comes up with a load of negatives.
Jim Cramer digs into charts of the U.S. Dollar Index to see if the greenback's downtrend is nearly over.
Jim Cramer says that Amazon's recent share price milestone could mean the stock has run too far too fast.
Amazon shares passed $1,000 for the first time ever.
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