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The rate hike by the Fed has been well telegraphed and is not expected to catch the markets off guard the way Ben Bernanke did in 2013.
Jim Cramer shares his take on stocks to buy when the Fed tightens and interest rates rise.
Two words will frame the path ahead: "data dependent." If history holds, the phrase is more campaign slogan than policy standard.
A Fed rate hike will be “very much in play” at the central bank’s September meeting if the recent strengthening of the U.S. economy continues.
It hasn’t been a great first half of the year for commodities. But traders are now spotting some opportunities.
Investors who want to buy stocks should do so in the U.S., says Jim McCaughan, CEO of Principal Global Investors, which has nearly $343 billion in assets under management.
Gold was little changed on Friday, after falling to a three-week low, on caution ahead of crunch talks on Greece.
Metals expert George Gero explains why gold is oversold and could rally to $1,250 through the end of the year.
J.P. Morgan Funds' chief market strategist David Kelly expects the U.S. economic growth to slow over the next two years.
Copper prices are slogging along at 2009 financial crisis levels—a surefire sign to some strategists that something's got to change.
CNBC's Jim Cramer has had a change in heart about when the Fed should raise rates after seeing more positive economic data.
Gold eased for the fifth straight session on Thursday as traders awaited further news on Greece's negotiations with its creditors.
Mutual fund investors continue to withdraw more money out of U.S. stock funds than they put in, USA Today reports.
The Fed's dovish outlook and economic data have raised uncertainty about it hiking interest rates this year, Joe LaVorgna of Deutsche Bank said.
As the bank rally continues, CLSA's Mike Mayo explains that investing in bank stocks is a smart decision.
Iran has been a wild card in the oil market, and it looks like it could stay that way for awhile.
The smaller contraction in first-quarter GDP does not bode all that well for the economy, according to two economists who were divided on what it means for the Fed.
Gold ended lower on Wednesday as the dollar pared earlier losses versus the euro, while traders took to the sidelines to await news on Greece.
It's a stock picker's market in small caps, portfolio manager Chris Retzler said. Here are his top picks.
It may be a lackluster trading day, but once again banks are rallying to new highs.