The dollar stayed in consolidation mode early on Friday after its rally to two-month highs ran out of steam. » Read More
Canaccord Genuity Chief Market Strategist Tony Dwyer believes the S&P 500 will hit new highs in 2017, and what could end it all.
Jim Cramer’s telling viewers his biggest worry to watch out in the week ahead.
Jim Cramer has had enough talk of a bubble. There is no bubble!
The key to the coming week will be about whether markets can absorb the Fed's rate hike message without getting indigestion.
Jim Cramer reviewed the stocks and events he will be watching next week.
The next few months are going to be rocky for stocks, Rene Nourse says. Here's what she's looking to buy during the summer slump.
Housing is a great story but would be even greater if the inventory was there for buyers, Coldwell Banker Real Estate CEO Budge Huskey says.
The Fed and the market are having communication issues, Michael Feroli, chief U.S. economist at JPMorgan, told CNBC’s "Squawk on the Street."
Equity markets could come under further pressure ahead of a U.S. Federal Reserve rate hike, according to UBS Global Research.
Low interest rates can only support the stock prices of the few companies that consistently produce earnings growth, Simeon Hyman says.
Jim Cramer’s explained why Phil Mickelson should stick to his day job.
Now that the Fed appears ready to hike rates this summer, markets are watching how the dollar responds.
Jim Cramer says the strength of stocks are being masked by both the Fed and oil.
With a rate hike looming, investors in these stocks need to watch out for a sell-off, Wealth Enhancement Group CIO Jim Cahn says.
When it comes to communicating with the public, the Federal Reserve may find it just talks too much.
Using Kensho, a hedge fund analytics tool, CNBC Pro screened for how the market performs during a U.S. dollar surge.
Peter Tchir, managing director at Brean Capital, joins Rick Santelli to discuss if recent monetary policies could be fueling another asset bubble.
If the Fed is going to raise rates in June, it will have to get clearance from what has become its most important constituency: the market.
Wall Street banks remain positioned well against fintech's onslaught, a report says... for now.
The Fed is likely to raise interest rates this summer if the economy meets the central bank's expectations.
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