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As China welcomes in the Year of the Horse, investors may want to notice that historically, it hasn't been the friendliest.
EM currencies are the flash point for global growth fears as the Fed pulls back from its easy money policy.
Some of Friday's midday movers:
While it may not be quite time to turn out the lights, the stock market party appears to be over.
The markets will continue to grapple with emerging market fallout, due to lower liquidity stemming from the Federal Reserve's tapering policy.
ETF companies have been associated with flash crashes, Wall Street bankruptcies and reckless market bets. What could possibly go wrong next?
The rough month for stocks—being capped by another sharp decline on Wall Street Friday—is raising concerns about whether the recent selloff is the start of the long-feared correction.
Goldman Sachs stands accused of deliberately exploiting the sovereign wealth fund of Libya in order to make "substantial" profits, according to a legal filing.
Investors yanked $9 billion from emerging market funds during a turbulent past week, with equities seeing their biggest outflow in 2-1/2 years.
Global stocks fell on Friday after a drop in euro zone inflation showed the recovery is still weak there and concern persisted over the outlook for emerging economies.
Some of the names on the move ahead of the open.
Happy Friday. Looks like this thrilling stock market roller coaster ride has only just begun.
Wall Street guys will bet on ANYTHING. It's in their DNA. Former trader Raj Mahal offers up his bets on everything from the Super Bowl to Olympic curling.
Crunching historical numbers on stocks, one strategist who spoke to CNBC Friday warned the market could see a 15 percent correction.
"Too big to fail" banks—those that are so large that failure would be disastrous for their country's economy—still exist, according to RBS.
As January comes to a close, the stock market is down about 3 percent, and it has set the tone for a much more challenging year.
Companies making headlines after the bell Thursday.
Even with a drop in government spending and a drop in housing construction, the economy still managed the best second half growth in a decade.
Goldman Sachs and hedge fund billionaire John Arnold have funded the largest ever social impact bond.
While headlines have been about emerging markets and the end of money printing, an even darker prospect lurks in the shadows: weaker profits.
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