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With the financial sector on a tear, we could be at the start of a "stealth rally," CNBC's Jim Cramer said.
Scott Brown, Raymond James chief economist, tells CNBC's "Squawk on the Street" why even slow moves historically cause market ripples.
The U.S. dollar rose against the yen for a second straight day and hovered near its highest level in roughly 10 weeks against the euro.
The Fed is seeking robust growth and low inflation. But the opposite is happening, setting the economy up for a fall, says Michael Pento.
A Fed rate hike in June or July isn't set in stone, but labor data suggest it's time to pull the trigger, St. Louis Fed President Bullard said.
A move higher in oil prices could continue to support stocks Wednesday, as markets dance around expectations for a Fed rate hike.
Jim Cramer is elated that the chatter surrounding the Fed refuses to take down stocks.
Jim Cramer saw plenty of signs that this rally is the real deal, but when tech rallies, stocks are in new territory.
Gundlach also said it is still 50/50 odds that the U.S. Federal Reserve will raise interest rates in June.
Buyers swarmed the two-year Treasury auction, at the same time market expectations for a Fed rate hike were building.
Four Federal Reserve banks are pushing the central bank to raise interest rates, up from two in March, minutes from the Fed's meeting showed.
A slow economy, weak stock market and growing signs of deflation hardly add up to ideal conditions to hike rates in David Rosenberg's book.
Stocks appear increasingly comfortable with the idea of a summer interest rate rise.
Gold fell to the lowest in more than five weeks on Tuesday as the dollar hit a two-month high against a currency basket.
The Fed should hike rates at a June meeting unless data show the U.S. economy is slowing, Philadelphia Fed President Patrick Harker said on Monday.
Citigroup's William Lee explains why he thinks the Fed won't hike rates until September.
Jim Cramer lays out why talk of a rate hike is hurting the home of the Big Mac.
Fed officials keep saying they want to raise interest rates this summer, but the bond market doesn't quite believe it.
Gold dipped to a 3-1/2-week low on Monday, but prices came off their lows as late-day short-covering entered the market.
Slow and steady stocks may be just the right investment in this market environment, as long as they are the right ones, two pros say.
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