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Three different measures of valuation are leading one portfolio manager to approach the market with a cautious tone.
Raymond James reiterated its outperform rating for Apple shares, predicting better profitability and average selling prices for iPhones next year.
The full interview with Steven Milunovich.
The Nasdaq sees its first four-day losing streak since November. Here's why Wall Street legend Byron Wien says investors shouldn't panic.
Some of the names on the move ahead of the open.
Corporate America is willing to invest money on a longer-term basis under President Trump, the real estate mogul says.
Saeid Khoshrou from National Iranian Oil Company says a $60 price mark could encourage investors to invest and develop oil fields.
A daily look at the morning's key financial stories.
Deutsche Bank has a contrarian opinion about what higher rates will do for bank shares.
Falling tech stocks may hit the overall market soon.
The energy story this year follows one heartbreak after another.
There's one classic market theory that could predict exactly when the next correction will occur.
Jim Cramer unleashes on the White House and Congress for failing to deliver health care or tax reform in September.
Jim Cramer tracks the market's shift away from top technology stocks and into names like General Motors, Verizon and TJX Companies.
Detroit's Bass brothers plan to sell 25 percent of their Eminem royalty rights to a company that is setting up a mini-IPO
Shares of offshore drilling and services companies surged on Monday after UBS raised its price targets for several stocks in the space.
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