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CNBC's 2018 Stock Draft begins Thursday on "Power Lunch," with a set of new challengers looking to overtake reigning champion Kevin O'Leary. [Read More]
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The stage is set for the top 2018 CNBC Stock Draft picks on CNBC's "Power Lunch." [Read More]
Wall Street is buzzing over Facebook's latest earnings results, which topped Wall Street's expectations despite recent uproar about the company's handling of user information. [Read More]
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Billionaire investor Carl Icahn declared Tuesday that neither he hasn't spoken with President Donald Trump for several months. [Read More]
U.S. government debt yields continued their upward climb Wednesday, with the rate on the 10-year Treasury note edging above the 3 percent benchmark. [Read More]
The yield on the benchmark 10-year Treasury note hovered under the key psychological level of 3 percent Tuesday, retreating slightly from Monday's high. [Read More]
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Gundlach's comments came from the sidelines of the Sohn Conference in New York. [Read More]
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Tech hedge fund manager and former Facebook exec Chamath Palihapitiya reveals his latest play from the Sohn Conference in New York. [Read More]
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Its stock fell after the department said it would give Americans until October to wind down transactions with Rusal. [Read More]
Under Armour's "robust" international growth should help the athletic apparel retailer reach attainable earnings goals, according to Deutsche Bank. [Read More]
Verizon shares should outperform the market in 2018 thanks to "any number of factors," Barclays wrote Monday. [Read More]
Companies have been crushing earnings so far this quarter, but a strange trend is developing: Those that beat expectations are seeing their stock price fall. [Read More]
Amazon's burgeoning cloud computing platform and its central retail business should lead to a "steady and iterative" year for the company, according to Credit Suisse. [Read More]
U.S. government debt prices fluctuated during Friday's session. [Read More]
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