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  • Plus, Cramer gives viewers his call on Iron Mountain.

  • Stocks snapped an eight-day winning streak Friday, but still managed to finish up more than 1 percent for the week.  Telecoms and industrials were the week's best performers, while energy and materials were the worst.

  • While the stock market continues to reach new highs for the year, dividend yields for the thirty stocks that make up the Dow Jones Industrial index have remained relatively unchanged in the past seven months.

  • Stocks declined Friday as the dollar advanced, sending oil and stocks lower. Plus, uncertainty over the health and financial-reform bills unsettled the market. Boeing rose. Palm tumbled.

  • Stocks fell Friday as the US dollar strengthened, after having opened higher on "quadruple witching": the expiration of four key futures and options contracts. Jack Bouroudjian, chief executive of IndexFuturesGroup.com and CNBC market analyst, discussed his outlook.

  • There are a few warnings signs materializing this morning ... We've had two days of weakness in energy stocks. Traders note that energy stocks have outperformed the commodities dramatically over the last few months. The dollar strength is also pressuring commodities. Still, the market has advanced this week on numerous positives...

  • Stocks turned lower Friday as the dollar strengthened and oil fell below $82 a barrel.

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    Today is a quadruple-witch day. Quadruple-witching occurs on the 3rd Friday of every last month of the quarter when index futures, index options, stock options and stock futures expire on the same day.  Here is a look at how quadruple-witches have affected the markets.

  • The Dow rose for an eighth straight day, ending near session highs after a late rally. Industrials led the way, with Boeing and 3M at the top of the Dow.

  • Find out why even the most bullish traders are getting nervous about this market!

  • The Dow pared its gains Thursday as the dollar advanced amid renewed concerns about Greece.

  • The luck of the Irish has rubbed off on the Dow today, as the Industrial Average is not only trading up for the seventh consecutive day, but it is also trading at an 18-month high.

  • Markets opened higher on Wednesday as a drop in inflation at the producer level helped fuel the momentum. Do stocks have further room on the upside? Charlie Smith, chief investment officer at Fort Pitt Capital Group and Jeffrey Phillips, chief investment officer at Rehmann Financial shared their insights.

  • Stocks picked up again in the final hour of trading after the Federal Reserve said it would continue to keep interest rates low for "an extended period."

  • Plus, watch for two other important data points and a number of key earnings reports next week.

  • We know you want trading ideas. And the Fast Money desk has plenty of them!

  • It's the basic question when investing in a stock: is it on the way up or will it go down? To answer this question, the street has developed numerous ways of attempting to predict what will happen, estimating various attributes tied to stock performance in order to determine what the future holds for a company's valuation. After dissecting the data, analysts following a particular stock produce a price target of where they believe the stock is headed. From the entire S&P 500, which stocks are an

    With data from ThomsonReuters, we took a look at which stocks have mean consensus estimates farthest below their stock prices (as of market close on 3/9/10).

  • Stocks turned in their best performance since early January, up 1.5 percent for the week, as investors breathed a sigh of relief that job loss in February wasn't as bad as expected.

  • Stocks rallied Friday amid relief that the job loss in February wasn't as bad as expected. Commodity and industrial stocks were among the biggest gainers. Large-cap techs were also strong.

  • Stocks rallied Friday amid relief that the job loss in February wasn't as bad as expected. Commodity and industrial stocks were among the biggest gainers. Large-cap techs were also strong.