While bitcoin may look like it will continue to crash and burn, its chart suggests it could be trying to find at least a temporary floor. » Read More
The S&P 500 has risen so quickly this month that it has already topped or matched some Wall Street 2018 targets, collected in CNBC's strategist survey.
One top technical strategist sees a more pronounced decline ahead as we near the latter half of the month.
The S&P 500's surge into the new year registered some of the highest momentum readings on record.
How soon will the Dow hit 27,000? Evercore’s Rich Ross has three picks that could drive Wall Street toward the next milestone.
The bitcoin-mania stocks that rode the cryptocurrency's stunning rise higher are now plunging as the digital currency falters.
General Electric is likely breaking up its businesses as early as this spring, and Wall Street is scrambling to evaluate its parts.
During a post-earnings call, Bank of America CEO Brian Moynihan says it has a limited relationship with cryptocurrencies.
GBH Insights recommends Netflix shares, citing optimism over the company's subscriber results.
Crypto entrepreneur Dan Novaes says investors should not put more than 1 or 2 percent of their assets into cryptocurrencies.
Shares of IBM rose 2 percent in premarket trading after Barclays upgraded shares, saying "a new dawn emerges."
Stock market optimism among professional investors just keeps on surging, and is now at the highest levels since before the crash of 1987.
The market is up, yet advisors say some investors may benefit from a more conservative shift.
Some of the names on the move ahead of the open.
The full interview with Julian Emanuel.
A daily look at the morning's key financial stories.
Longbow Research lowers its rating for Apple shares to neutral from buy, predicting it will ship fewer iPhones than expected this year.
Scott Redler of T3Live.com called oil's comeback. Now, he says crude could rise 22 percent more this year.
Bank of America Merrill Lynch reiterates its buy rating and raises its price target to $220 from $180 for Apple shares.
One strategist sees further downside looming against major currencies like the euro.
Get the best of CNBC in your inbox