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Major debt restructuring for both Cyprus and Greece will probably force the struggling euro zone countries to leave the single currency, according to Citigroup.
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Lower inflation resulting from falling oil prices could allow more expansionary monetary policies in Europe, Credit Suisse says.
SeaWorld Entertainment shares priced Thursday night at $27 a share, at the top of the $24 to $27 range expected.
It's time to get defensive, Michael Farr of Farr, Miller & Washington says.
Energy stocks are a tricky trade, but Cramer likes this one, here and now.
The market may have taken a turn for the worse, but it’s also allowed top companies to stand out.
Google's earnings appear positive for the company's stock, Martin Pyykkonen says.
It seems like that historic high for the S&P 500 was 5 years ago, but it's not. We're only 3.5 percent off the historic high in the S&P 500, which occurred exactly one week ago.
The company has been in crisis since its CEO announced last year that he would retire at the 2013 annual meeting, scheduled for May 16. TheStreet.com reports.
China reported GDP growth below many analysts expectations and the markets shuttered. What's happening with this once-strong growth engine for the global economy?
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For investors with a long time horizon, Amazon is the Internet stock to own, one analyst said.
If Apple doesn't announce a dividend increase with its earnings report next week, its stock price will continue to drop, one pro says.
Defensive sectors offer the best bets for investors, Gina Martin Adams of Wells Fargo says.
IBM into quarterly earnings should provide an important tell, Jon Najarian says.
Natural gas futures surged nearly 3 percent on bullish data on supplies to reach an intraday high of $4.335 per million BTUs, the highest price for a front month contract since July 2011.
Cramer shares six stocks to watch, and reveals them in under 60 seconds.
Hot IPO market falters: Is it the poor markets or just less interest in specific companies.
Apple and gold may have more in common than you think. Investors loved them too much, and now they feel betrayed, after the fall.