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The International Monetary Fund says it will lift its forecast for U.S. growth and that's helping push overseas markets higher.
Here's my theory on what's driving the bank index to breakout levels.
Let's take a peek at overnight and early-morning price action in some of the major asset classes. The rundown: S&P futures +5; Nasdaq +24, as Apple (AAPL) moves in after-hours trading; Nikkei -; European markets +; crude flat; gold +$5; and 10-year ...
The real winner may be the company that tech enthusiasts love to hate.
Brittany Umar and Scott Redler, chief strategic officer at T3Live.com, reveal how to trade stocks ahead of earnings season: retail, banks, tech.
Investors see value in Hewlett-Packard and growth in ChannelAdvisor.
Based on this expectation, Applied Materials will likely report positive quarterly earnings tonight.
Former tech heavyweight Intel is looking weak ahead of its earnings report.
Contributor Ken Shreve takes a look at a light week of economic data and some high-profile earnings reports.
Two technology stocks and a pharmaceutical name popped up on my screen for the best performers in this group.
Tablets and mobile have decimated this product category, and the trend looks likely to continue.
The sector is showing signs of life, and these names are looking very promising.
Senior Technology Correspondent Gary Krakow has played with an Asus VivoTab RT, a Samsung Chromebook, and the just-announced Acer Chromebook. He now believes that when it comes to lightweight computing devices, money doesn't buy happiness at all.
This is no easy task, but I've found at least one that has a solid chance of outperformance.
Contributor Gary Krakow plays with Samsung's new Chromebook - a lightweight notebook computer based on the Google Chrome Web browser - plus data storage in "the cloud".
Intel PC guru Kirk Skaugen promises that the coming 12 months will see unparalleled levels of innovation.
In this episode of Buy This, Sell That!, Michael Sansoterra, portfolio manager for the RidgeWorth Large Cap Growth Fund, names his favorite stocks including Chipotle, Under Armour and Arm Holdings.
After trading sideways for a long stretch, it's breaking through an interior resistance level.
U.S. stock futures again took direction from Europe on Tuesday, and not in a bullish way.
The chip, e-reader and smartphone markets have room for more than one company to prosper.
After a tenfold price rise, one might this that isn't a place to plump money down on the table, but I would beg to differ.
We can rally, but will eventually get a real bad piece of Euro news and a political slap.