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Some 76 percent of respondents to the CNBC Fed Survey say there will be a hike in December.
Jefferies starts coverage for Tesla shares at an underperform rating.
One trader says banks are about to break out, and there's one name in particular that will see a bounce.
It's the most active week for IPOs since at least June as investors seek to raise $1.6 billion from seven issues
A fresh bout of volatility could be here for stocks, if history is any indication.
Citron Research's Andrew Left calls Ubiquiti Networks a "fraud."
McDonald’s just had its worst week of the year, and a top technician says the charts point to more pain ahead.
UBS recommends Caterpillar shares, citing positive results from a firm survey of the industry's capital spending plans.
Part of the thesis is rooted in CIO Brad McMillan's belief that the lofty levels of tech stocks seem reminiscent of the dot-com bubble.
Rising interest rates are supposed to lift bank stocks. Here's what's going wrong, says Dick Bove.
Citron Research's Andrew Left issues a negative call on Ubiquiti Networks.
Last week investors showed us how volatile bitcoin can be. It's entirely possible that the worst is still ahead.
Central banks may one day need to issue their own cryptocurrencies, the Bank for International Settlements said.
Tesla and BMW have sold roughly the same amount of electric cars in the first half of this year, one investor tells CNBC.
As the Fed starts unwinding the stimulus it provided to snap the economy back to life, two types of companies should benefit, Goldman Sachs says.
Bank of America Merrill Lynch is the latest to be bullish on Nvidia's prospects in the artificial intelligence chip market.
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