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U.S. stocks may be beaten up, but China's stimulus measures and persistently low interest rates will support equities, experts said.
These things come in waves. Here's what could trigger the next leg down for the market, says NYMEX trader David Greenberg.
For this market to truly find a bottom, China needs to do more and the Fed needs to do less, says Ron Insana.
The "next big Fed move will be to ease via QE rather than to tighten," the Bridgewater Associates founder said.
With no fresh economic data to justify the slide, Monday's selloff reeks of automatic trading points being triggered, says UBS's investment chief.
The move by China to cut interest rates may have just reaffirmed trader confidence that a U.S. rate hike is coming in 2015.
Raoul Pal of the Global Macro Investor says a U.S. economic slowdown is on the horizon.
Jim Cramer had some advice for investors watching Wall Street and waiting for advice on what to do next.
Jim Cramer cushions the blow of Monday's bloody market with his downside survival guide.
The fact that U.S. markets swung violently to the down side shouldn't change a thing for the Fed, said Richard Fisher.
Jim Cramer goes behind the curtain to explain what really caused the selloff on Monday. It wasn't the economy!
Fed President Dennis Lockhart said on Monday that he does expect a rate hike "sometime this year," although he did not repeat his September call.
Bonds flipped between negative and positive territory as concerns about economic growth pushed the 10-year note yield to lowest level since April.
BlackRock's Rick Rieder believes that the window for the U.S. Federal Reserve to raise interest rates is closing.
Market chatter about what the Fed's next steps will be suddenly has shifted from when it will raise rates to when it will offer more stimulus.
The Fed's first rate hike is likely to occur in March amid financial volatility and uncertainty in EM, according to Barclays.
Think you're smart? Think again. Entrepreneur and investor Mark Cuban explains what's happening, and what investors should do.
Oil prices may not recover until after Q1 2016 but it’s not all bad news for the sector, says oil analyst Andy Lipow. Here's how to play it.
Imagine what would happen if the Fed raised rates—and they dropped even lower, instead.
The biggest fear for many investors has been a Fed rate hike crushing bond values, but with stocks in correction, bonds look pretty good now.