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Even as stocks steady after Monday's selloff, some charts still look dicey and that could be a warning for the broader market.
The oil market is undergoing a stunning reversal as crude futures wipe out this year's gains after hitting their highest levels since 2014 just six weeks ago.
Oil prices tumble after President Donald Trump pressures OPEC not to cut supply.
The response to the HQ2 announcement sets up a political clash for Amazon — a company that has had no shortage of battles with officials as it extends its reach across the country and globe.
Facebook said it removed 36 Facebook accounts, six pages and 99 Instagram accounts that may have been connected to a Russian internet troll farm. Most were created after mid-2017, and one Instagram account reached more than 600,000 U.S. users.
NBC's report followed a slew of news that Homeland Security Secretary Kirstjen Nielsen may be on her way out, too.
The banking giant said it would move workers from its office tower in Long Island City to other locations in the first half of next year "to make room for Amazon."
The GOP will likely expand its Senate majority after the midterms, and most of the senators running in 2020 appear safe. Despite having a more favorable map, Democrats will still have a difficult path to a majority.
The Gigafactory's expansion since opening in July 2016 has been critical to Tesla's growth. This year, the automaker is on track to sell 170,000 vehicles, a jump of more than 59 percent compared to last year.
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Tuesday marks the company's first earnings report since debuting on the Nasdaq in October.
President Trump's top economic advisor, Larry Kudlow, disavows comments from White House trade advisor Peter Navarro.
DeepMind Health says that it will be absorbed into Google Health, but it still won't be sharing patient health information with its parent company. Its critics remain concerned.
Investors should buy materials companies like Nucor and Vulcan Materials if U.S. lawmakers move forward with any infrastructure plans, Sean Darby of Jefferies said in a note.
Juul's new e-cigarette policy doesn't go as far as expected. A person briefed on the company's plan told CNBC last week that Juul would stop all retail sales of flavored nicotine pods. There was no mention of resuming sales at any point.
Convoys of fire engines rumbled through the smoldering northern California town of Paradise on Tuesday on their way to combat still-active sections of the state's deadliest and most destructive wildfire in history, which grew by 8,000 acres.
General Electric will reduce its stake in Baker Hughes to a slight majority position, the company announced Tuesday.
October's miserable market month took its toll across the board, including the hedge fund industry, which collectively turned negative for the year.
Long-time money manager Bob Doll is warning investors that stocks could breach October's correction lows.