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Nasdaq closes above 6,000 in earnings-fueled rally, Dow climbs more than 200 points

U.S. equities rose sharply on Tuesday as solid quarterly reports from several large-cap companies rolled through.

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Stocks surged on Tuesday

Stocks surged on Tuesday on solid earnings reports from several large-cap companies, as well as optimism over the potential of a major tax reform from the Trump administration.

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Big-cap Dow earnings Blitz

The "Halftime Report" desk weighs in on 5 stocks in a special Dow earnings edition of the blitz, featuring DuPont, 3M, McDonald's, Caterpillar & Coca-Cola.

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Dow futures rise 150 points as Caterpillar, 3M and DuPont beat on earnings

U.S. stock index futures pointed to a higher open on Tuesday as several large-cap companies reported better-than-expected quarterly results.

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UK government energy price cap 'sheer politics': Bernstein

Bernstein analyst Deepa Venkateswaran and Andrew Sentance, senior economic adviser at PwC, discuss the U.K. government's latest energy pricing policy.

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Why you should buy large-cap stocks

Large-caps look healthy as global companies ramp up exports, notes Paul Dietrich of Fairfax Global Markets.

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Value plays vs. mega-cap tech

CNBC' Mike Santoli takes a look at the best way for investors to position themselves for the rest of the year.

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Amazon: First $1T stock?

Is it feasible for Amazon to be the first trillion-dollar market cap company? Gene Munster, Loup Ventures, and Ed Lee, Recode, weigh in.

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Amazon vs. Apple in $1T market cap race

Michael Olson, Piper Jaffray, discusses which company has the edge to become the first trillion-dollar company.

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These mega-cap stocks are pillars of the market

CNBC's Dominic Chu takes a look at which large cap stocks are doing most of the heavy lifting in the markets.

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