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It was a rough start to the year but the world isn't ending. Here's what the Fed and China need to do, says Larry Kudlow.
As a US regulator, my rule was always don't move markets, says Bart Chilton. Chinese regulators blew it with how they have handled their markets.
Virtual reality is the newest tech toy, but dizziness and other side effects could derail the momentum, says Doug Magyari.
Comparisons to 2008 are wrong. But a 20% to 30% correction would be healthy for the market, says trader Jack Bouroudjian.
China may well turn around its economy with the move to devalue the yuan, says Steven Kopits. Investors should be patient and let them finish.
OPEC players have the spigots wide open for now, but here's why they'll have to shut them down soon, says Terry Tamminen. Plus, more 2016 predictions.
China isn't roiling its currency—and global markets—by choice, says trader Brian Kelly. Here's why.
China's problem isn't that it doesn't want to do the right thing. It's that it's a teenager when it comes to capitalism and it doesn't know how.
Concerns about Apple's growth prospects are overblown, says Michael Yoshikami. Here are 7 good reasons to own the stock.
There are two main reasons why you shouldn't panic about North Korea's alleged H-bomb, says Notre Dame Professor Michael Desch.
US oil and gas producers are getting squeezed. Maybe it's time for the government to pump some money into the industry, says John Kilduff
The Fed paid it forward to juice the economy and the market. It may be payback time for stocks, says former Dallas Fed President Richard Fisher.
Are "unicorns" (start-ups valued at $1 billion or more) about to turn into "unicorpses?" This VC thinks so.
Now that it raised rates for the first time in nearly a decade, the Fed faces two new challenges going forward, says former Fed official James Kahn.
Tensions in the Middle East typically drive up oil prices but the Saudia Arabia-Iran conflict will further depress prices, says Stephen Myrow.
China and oil are rocking stocks. Here's what investors need to do now, says UBS's Mark Haefele.
The risk in ETFs will only be apparent if and when the stock market experiences a sustained decline, says Tim Quast. Here's why.
China's stock market drop send jitters around the globe. Here's why investors should be very worried about the country's future, says Steven Kopits.
Garrett Ryan just reinvented men's underwear—and he's so confident in it, he already quit his day job! But here's the problem with his plan.
Don't sweat the market sell-off, writes "Fast Money" trader Jon Najarian. China has fallen — and rallied — before. And it will again.