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UBS gives its favorite stock picks for this year.
A survey by megamoney manager BlackRock indicates a big jump in millennial interest in the stock market.
Keith Parker, head of U.S. equity strategy at UBS, credits better-than-expected economic growth and the GOP tax law.
Bitcoin recovers after falling below the psychologically key $10,000 for the second time in a week.
Morgan Stanley downgraded the stock to an Underweight rating and lowered the price target to $5 from $9.50.
Energy and consumer appliance stocks fluctuated after President Trump's decision to implement tariffs on solar cells and washing machines.
A panel of fund managers have given their tips on where to find pockets of value in the market — and what assets investors should avoid.
Bond yields have risen sharply in the past week, but one trader sees a buying opportunity.
Massive policy changes are giving banks a huge boost, says analyst Dick Bove. Only a recession could slow them down.
Buckingham Research Group lowers its rating for Netflix shares to neutral from buy, citing concerns over the company's content spending.
Ray Dalio shared his market views Tuesday on CNBC from the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland.
Leuthold Group’s Jim Paulsen is bracing for a 15 percent pullback.
Bitcoin briefly fell Tuesday below the psychologically key $10,000 for the second time in a week.
Some of the names on the move ahead of the open.
Wall Street is gushing over the online streaming giant's dominance after it crushes fourth-quarter subscriber expectations.
GE can't get out of its own way. According to one chart watcher, investors should expect more pain.
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