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The market's attention will soon pivot to earnings and that could be good news, Morgan Stanley's Dan Skelly says.
Britain's departure from the European Union could pose a risk for retail companies conducting business in its market
Stifel starts coverage on CI with a buy rating and a $169 target on shares, based on the current Anthem deal value.
Shares of Alibaba climbed roughly 2.5 percent after a positive Morgan Stanley report.
Xerox gained nearly 2 percent after the firm added Jonathan Christodoro, managing director of Icahn Capital, to its board.
Shares of SolarCity jumped 5 percent Tuesday after the company announced it would bring on a special committee to evaluate Tesla’s bid.
Shares of LendingClub advanced nearly 5 percent after the firm named Scott Sanborn as its permanent chief executive officer.
Carnival traded in a wide range, after the cruise line reported second-quarter earnings.
Volkswagen U.S.-listed shares jumped nearly 2 percent after reaching a $15 billion settlement for a diesel engine scandal.
Moody's altered it's outlook on 12 United Kingdom-based banks Tuesday, after the country's Brexit referendum.
Expect a rise in hacktivism and regulatory complexity, and a reduction in tech talent and information-sharing, said experts.
ComScore's committee and board need more time to review the findings from an internal investigation regarding accounting.
Taiwanese chip firm Advanced Semiconductor Engineering said that Apple was being conservative in placing orders.
Japan's Line Corp set a price range for a Tokyo share sale that could value the company at up to $6.57 billion.
Xerox has named the managing director of Icahn Enterprises unit Icahn Capital, has been appointed to the company's board of directors.
Jim Cramer explained the impact of the Brexit vote, and why he thinks it was a foolish move.
The U.K.'s vote to leave the European Union has been a costly decision in more ways than one.
Jim Cramer breaks down the recent Twilio IPO to determine if it is worth investing.
Jim Cramer usually tells investors to buy into weakness, but this time around, he is changing his tune.
The "Fast Money" traders spotted some opportunities to buy stocks as markets continued to sell off post-Brexit.