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Goldman Sachs is underweight in markets where stocks markets have greater correlation with Chinese equities - mostly markets in North Asia.
There has been lots of technical damage in the first three days of the year.
Pay no attention to those tumbling energy prices, the Fed seems to be telling the market, all will be back to normal soon.
Fed policymakers decided to raise rates after almost all of them gained confidence inflation would rise, but some still voiced concerns.
In a volatile market, look for this one factor to be the main force, chief global equity strategist Peter Oppenheimer tells CNBC.
The new year hasn't been terribly happy for asset managers, who collectively made a terribly wrong bet on the stock market.
The Fed vice chairman also said North Korea's claim to have successfully tested a hydrogen bomb has increased uncertainty.
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.
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.
"Investors have lost all confidence" in Yahoo's management, activist investor Jeffrey Smith says.
Barclays will announce investment banking job cuts across Asia next week, including closures in South Korea and Taiwan, sources said.
Global markets started 2016 on a down note. But let's not forget — 2015 was a strong year for select group of international markets.
Despite all of its pops higher and lower, the stock market only looks volatile over the past 14 months or so.
The sell-off hurt the bank stocks, so is it time to buy in? One analyst shares his forecast for rates and banks.
Shares of the tech giant briefly fell below $100 a share in afternoon trading, and closed down nearly 2 percent.
Corporate profits are in for another brutal quarter, and it's not just the usual suspects dragging down everyone else.
China and oil are rocking stocks. Here's what investors need to do now, says UBS's Mark Haefele.
"I suggest people look at the 2016 page in the 'Key Events' [section] … and in it you will see Alzheimer's," CNBC's Jim Cramer says.
Market hangovers haven't lasted if we look at past performance.
China's stock market plunge signals a slowdown in the U.S. economy, analyst Peter Boockvar says.
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