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The shares fell 0.55 percent Monday to close at $16.17 and touched an intraday low of $15.80, their lowest in six years.
Now market experts are worrying about moves by President Donald Trump in 2018 that could upend the bull run in emerging markets.
Shares of Twitter slip after a report that COO Anthony Noto is in discussions to become CEO of Social Finance.
Atlantic Equities lowers its rating for Apple shares to neutral, predicting weaker sales for the company's March quarter.
Celgene agrees to buy biotechnology company Juno Therapeutics for about $9 billion.
Nike races ahead of its peers, and its sprint higher isn't done yet, according to one market watcher.
The biggest names in the ETF business gather to debate the future of investing in booming exchange-traded funds.
Some of the names on the move ahead of the open.
The e-broker also says trading individual stocks around the clock may not be too far away.
The S&P 500 will likely peak in 2029, with the index between 6,000 and 15,000, Thomas Lee of Fundstrat, says on CNBC's "Halftime Report."
This particular shutdown could be a precursor to a larger battle over the government debt limit that could have longer-term implications.
ValueAct Capital is launching a fund focused on promoting environmental and social goals, according to a letter obtained by CNBC.
The stock's price action is making some market watchers hesitant about buying it at this juncture.
Netflix has been on a tear this year, and traders are expecting a big move when the company reports earnings on Monday after the market close.
KeyBanc Capital Markets reiterates its overweight rating on Netflix shares.
A digital currency trading scheme called CabbageTech has disappeared from the internet with customers' funds.
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