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“This may represent a more serious attempt by the Chinese Communist Party to put people to work,” Jim Cramer says.
The "next big Fed move will be to ease via QE rather than to tighten," the Bridgewater Associates founder said.
Traders were ready to shake off the detritus of Monday's market plunge with a follow-up rally, but some worried the good times wouldn't last.
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.
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As volatility within global equity markets has spiked, the discussion about exchange circuit breakers has taken center stage.
Some of the names on the move ahead of the open.
Best Buy delivered quarterly earnings and revenue that topped analysts' expectations on Tuesday.
"There is a chance the bottom's in. I'm not going to say it's 100 percent but I can say its at least 50 [percent]," Bob Doll said.
There was, for lack of a better word, "pricing havoc" in some ETFs.
The market's dramatic selloff was difficult and uncomfortable but merely "choppy seas" for the long-term investor, the CIO of CalSTRS said.
Monday's stock market action was bound to be messy, but it was made even worse by a major technical pile-up just as the session got underway.
After CEO Tim Cook says Apple's doing fine in China on Monday, traders explain why they recommend buying the stock despite its downturn.
Bill Nygren says there are some big household names that are really attractive today.
Legendary investor Bill Miller is "definitely" buying right now. Here's what's on his shopping list.
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.
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