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  • Mobile growth opportunities lie in emerging markets but heavyweights like Apple and Google are having to rethink their approach.

  • The market's bull run has begun to lose its footing and the big question is: What could shut it down for good? It could be one of these three numbers.

  • The latest dips and drops in the market may have some squeamish but the "Fast Money" traders say shake it off. It's time to buy!

  • The Most Loved Stock by Hedge Funds

    Hedge funds are the most bullish they've been in about six years. Find out the top 10 stocks they love.

  • Blackberry 10

    And the winner for craziest stock of the year is ... Blackberry. It seems Wall Street is worried as to whether its new phone will be a success.

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    Reports that Japan's government will likely nominate Haruhiko Kurodo, an advocate of aggressive monetary easing, as the next Bank of Japan (BOJ) chief, do not come as a surprise.

  • Iron ore being transported in Western Australia

    Iron ore prices may extend gains from 16-month highs this week as forecasts predict a "severe" tropical cyclone crossing Australia's northwestern coast on later this week, possibly halting exports of the steel-making ingredient to Asian consumers.

  • The British pound had a bad week, culminating in a credit rating cut - and these strategists say more pain lies ahead.

  • Washington's budget debate could stir up new anxieties as markets head into March, even with expected reassurances about Fed policy from Fed Chairman Ben Bernanke in the week ahead. Europe could also come back into play in the coming week, as currency traders are focused on the outcome of the Italian election.

  • Bill Gross, co-chief investment officer of Pacific Investment Management Co.

    Pimco Founder Bill Gross called out the Federal Reserve on its vigilance in three major areas, during a CNBC interview.

  • Investors in the euro should tread with caution, Geoffrey Yu, FX strategist at UBS told CNBC on Friday, warning that concerns over political stability in some of the euro zone's biggest countries could send the currency sharply lower again.

  • Copper prices are unraveling alongside European and U.S. equities as global economic uncertainty returns to haunt risk assets.

  • Downbeat economic reports, hints of a possible early end to dollar-denting Fed policies, and unease about the Italian election are creating a perfect storm for the euro.

  • When the Fed hinted it might start unwinding its enormous intervention, stocks suffered but the bond market didn't budge. How come?

  • Google's expected roll-out of a new advertising management system this summer will bolster the company shoot the share price to $1000.

  • The yen may have tumbled 17 percent against the dollar since the start of November, making many currency speculators, including George Soros, rich. But that depreciation could vanish with one analyst telling CNBC that investors shouldn't get too carried away.

  • CNBC’s Analytics team looked at the stocks that have average consensus estimates farthest above their current stock prices. Here's what they found.

  • Beginning of a Correction?

    Discussing whether today's downturn in the market was a fluke, with Peter Sorrentino, Huntington Asset Advisors; Alan Gale, Ridgeworth Capital Management; Michael Jones, Riverfront Investment Group; and CNBC's Rick Santelli.

  • Although Apple shares are trading near 52-week lows, one analyst still thinks the tech giant is a "strong buy" for investors. Here's why.

  • No Opportunity In Apple: Joe Terranova

    There are too many opportunities around to focus on Apple stock, Joe Terranova says.