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A number of companies are improving their outlooks for the future, but the retail sector remains cause for concern amid a shift in consumer habits.
Companies have yet to cut oil output even with prices at a two-year low; however, that could change in 2015 if supply grows and demand slips.
Oil dropped below $80 per barrel on Monday morning, and falling prices could impact job growth in the shale industry.
Oil companies have yet to cut production and capital expenditures amid low oil prices. But if oil drops furthers, that could change.
Good earnings and improving economic data are causing money to pile into the U.S. stock market.
While lower oil prices contributed to a 21 percent slump in Occidental Petroleum's third-quarter profit, they have bolstered airline company earnings.
Europe's "somewhat concerning" weakening economy is pushing Norsk Hyrdo to focus on the potential of the U.S. and China, the company's CFO told CNBC.
Oil is skidding amid oversupply and concerns about slowing growth and deflation. That's pressuring the stock market.
Companies are maintaining guidance for the fourth quarter, easing concerns that slower global growth will hit Q4 earnings.
Stocks staged a steady rally as Ebola fears ebbed and oil prices stabilized. Expectations the Fed will stay dovish helped too.
A number of old-school industrial companies and and multi-industry conglomerates have given investors something to cheer about with upbeat guidance.
The market is much calmer this week amid expectations of a more dovish Fed, stabilization in oil prices and easing Ebola concerns.
IBM with a big miss, and abandons its 5-year plan for $20 in earnings by 2015.
The doves are flying. Is there any doubt that, when it really comes to who influences markets, central banks rule the world?
The SEC has filed its first high-frequency trading manipulation case against Athena Capital Research.
We don't care. Markets shrug at a positive report from Goldman Sachs and good weekly jobless claims.
It's been a whipsaw day on Wall Street with traders trying to buy market bottoms.
Stocks tanked out of the gate after disappointing U.S. data, but then quickly rebounded as traders saw a buying opportunity.
Stocks sank after a triple whammy of disappointing U.S. data, signaling that third quarter growth figures could be revised lower.
Hedge funds are getting hit hard this year as oil falls. Many of these funds are positioned long the U.S. market and growth stocks.