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General Electric’s CEO says on an investor call Tuesday that he is looking at how to “reshape” the company.
Dominic Chu takes a look at what stocks have historically performed well during the winter months.
Gold’s getting hit, and the drop could be because of the bitcoin boom.
Bond guru Bill Gross thinks investors need to “be careful in 2018” and cites six areas they need to watch as the calendar is set to turn.
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Liberty Media Chairman John Malone shares his views in an exclusive interview with CNBC’s David Faber Thursday.
The National Football League’s weak viewership has Wall Street on edge, and the numbers aren’t looking any better for Week 10.
CVS Health’s bid to acquire Aetna is a “really smart” way of staving off competition from Amazon, according to one analyst.
Rick Rieder runs fixed income investing for BlackRock, but lately he is a big believer in stocks. Persistently low interest rates, weak inflation and a lack of supply relative to demand for bonds leaves Rieder advocating for equities rather than the fixed income market. Rieder is chief investment officer for fixed income at BlackRock, which …
UBS recommends Caterpillar shares, citing positive results from a firm survey of the industry’s capital spending plans.
Executives of the low-cost gym chain pointed to its appeal to casual exercisers and ability to snap up vacant swaths of retail real estate.
Here’s the trading history for Amazon after big earnings misses, according to hedge fund analytics tool Kensho.
Fears of a death by Amazon may be overstated for a few resistant firms according to a team of Jefferies analysts.
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