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Facebook shares sank after Needham downgraded the stock and warned clients about recent management departures.
Here are the biggest calls on Wall Street on Monday:
Tesla shares have taken a wrong turn, and one technician says the charts point to more hardship ahead for the electric vehicle maker.
Ride-hailing platform Lyft said on Monday it would raise as much as $2 billion in an initial public offering.
ECRI's Lakshman Achuthan warns investors could get scorched by one of 2019's most popular groups.
Ride-hailing platform Lyft will launch the investor road show for its initial public offering on Monday, March 18.
If you're in the middle of a break-up and you don't trust your spouse, it might make sense to consider filing separate income tax returns with the IRS. Just make sure you aren't losing a slate of credits in the process.
For families like the Coccomos, navigating college financial aid offers is more difficult than the applications themselves.
Three exchange-traded funds tracking companies tied to the rise of 5G are outpacing the S&P 500 for 2019, and experts expect more upside.
Battery start-ups are raising millions of dollars from VCs and corporations such as Volkswagen to commercialize their breakthrough technologies. They believe their batteries are big improvements over the current lithium-ion batteries used by Tesla.
The S&P 500 has delivered an average return of 14.2 percent one year after every midterm election since World War II, according to LPL Financial Research.
Right off the bat, the IRS would shave tens of millions of dollars off the windfall, and more would be due at tax time.
Stocks kicked off 2019 with a bang, but markets will need improving economic data to make a run at last year's records.
The industry gained some unwelcome notoriety early this week when dozens of people — including actresses Felicity Huffman and Lori Loughlin — were arrested in an admissions bribery scheme.
The Federal Aviation Administration is set to approve Boeing's fix to its anti-stall software in 10 days, sending shares of the airplane manufacturer higher.
CNBC combed through Wall Street research over the last week to see where analysts are finding value.