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Nasdaq could be on track for an 11th day of gains, if Microsoft's post-earnings rally continues Friday. [Read More]
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Perceived hawkish comments from ECB's Draghi and political turmoil at home is hitting the US dollar. [Read More]
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Amazon's push into online appliance sales slammed some retail stocks and Whirlpool, but analysts say it may have created a buying opportunity. [Read More]
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Amazon's push into online appliance sales slammed some retail stocks and Whirlpool, but analysts say it may have created a buying opportunity. [Read More]
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Traders are watching to see if the European Central Bank talks up the euro and hits the dollar when it meets Thursday. [Read More]
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Large caps, small caps, tech and energy all joined in a rally that took major stock indices to new highs. [Read More]
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Fund managers see Nasdaq as the most crowded global trade, and they cut tech and reduced overall U.S. stock allocations. [Read More]
Fund managers see Nasdaq as the most crowded global trade, and they cut tech and reduced overall U.S. stock allocations. [Read More]
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Pinnacle Foods shares jumped amid fresh speculation of a takeover. [Read More]
Wall Street still expects Washington to come up with some type of whittled down tax bill, with simple tax cuts more likely than tax reform. [Read More]
Wall Street still expects Washington to come up with a whittled down tax bill, with cuts more likely than reform. [Read More]
The Senate's failure to replace Obamacare raises new worries for markets. [Read More]
Goldman Sachs, Bank of America and Johnson and Johnson are among the companies reporting earnings early Tuesday. [Read More]
The hot FANG stocks are often cited for having lofty valuations, but sales growth may a metric to watch. [Read More]
Stocks start the earnings season at record highs, and now it's up to Corporate America to keep the rally going. [Read More]
The dollar is back in the doldrums, and it looks to be stuck that way for a while. [Read More]
Economists in the CNBC/Moody's Analytics rapid update now see second quarter growth tracking at 2.5 percent, in line with the slow pace of the last... [Read More]
Flat consumer inflation and weak June retail sales triggered new doubts that the Federal Reserve will be able to raise interest rates again this year. [Read More]
Flat consumer inflation and weak June retail sales triggered doubts that the Fed will be able to raise interest rates again this year. [Read More]
Bank earnings and inflation data are the big events for markets Friday. [Read More]
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