Market watchers been eyeing economic data, the Fed and low oil prices to predict the odds of a recession, these experts share their insight.» Read More
As investors continue to digest the wild swings endured during Monday trading, they continue to search for pockets of strength.
A note from Apple CEO Tim Cook on Monday morning could shed light on just how important China is for the market rout, CNBC's Jim Cramer said.
Bove said he hopes buyers step in to stem the damage. Otherwise, the consequences could be severe.
In 2012, the SEC revised the system-wide circuit breakers that would halt the broad market under times of severe stress.
For years, Piper Jaffray has been one of the biggest bulls on Wall Street, and with good reason.
The Fed can't save this market. Here's the only thing that can, says trader Brian Kelly.
Some of the names on the move ahead of the open.
As the markets continued to suffer losses early on Monday, Twitter has erupted with ominous hashtags that could be a preview of the U.S. open.
Matrix Asset Advisors' David Katz explains why investors should not be too panicked about this current market meltdown.
Investors will look for a safe haven amid the recent volatility in U.S. bonds, Mark Grant said.
Two events have occurred in the last two weeks that have added to the anxiety of traders.
Are French Socialists becoming supply-siders, and swapping economic gurus in the process? And how will Germany respond?
Investors should take advantage of this weakness and capitalize, Tony Crescenzi says.
Two popular indicators show fear is at a fairly extreme level.
The Dow Jones industrial average entered correction territory Friday amid global growth concerns and continuous selling in the oil market.
As the market rout continued Friday, CNBC's Jim Cramer said this is the time for American leadership to step up.
Two investment strategists are pointing to THIS as a possible canary in the coal mine for U.S. equities.
Everyone is lamenting the global decline in stocks, but much of the damage has indeed occurred in only the last couple weeks.
The real problem weighing on the stock market is uncertainty surrounding what a Fed interest rate hike would actually mean, BlackRock's Peter Fisher tells CNBC.
Again Capital's John Kilduff explains what he thinks is the oil market's biggest problem.