Overnight news will likely again be key for stock market action Tuesday, as Wall Street will be watching China for any further weakening in the yuan.
After a jarring and brutal week for stocks, markets are primed for further pounding in the week ahead.
Jim Cramer says the market could be due for more pain next week. But there is one thing that could change the entire game.
Jim Cramer rattles off his take on caller favorite stocks, including this popular defense play.
U.S. stocks closed higher Tuesday, supported by stabilization in oil prices and high expectations for the first rate hike in nine years.
U.S. stocks traded sharply lower as fresh multi-year lows in oil prices and another merger weighed ahead of the Fed's decision on rates next week.
Stocks are weak today as markets are dealing with three issues.
Shares of Norfolk Southern spiked Monday after a report that the company was being eyed by Canadian Pacific.
United Continental declined to provide details about the medical condition of its new chief executive officer on Sunday.
Some of the names on the move ahead of the open.
U.S. stock futures were under pressure this morning, with Europe and Asia in the red. The Dow snapped a seven-session winning streak on Tuesday.
Check out the companies making headlines after the bell Tuesday: SanDisk, Intel, JPMorgan & more.
Traders will look for further confirmation Tuesday that the stock market has found its footing, ahead of the first major bank earnings.
As third-quarter earnings season gets underway next week, traders are bracing for more volatility in a range-bound market.
The "Halftime Report" traders reveal what they're watching as earnings season begins.
U.S. stock futures were under pressure this morning. But a Dow increase today would mark the longest winning streak since March 2013.
The economic impact of an Amtrak shutdown would mean more than an inconvenience for commuters. It may affect the larger economy.
With the end of the third quarter in sight, Goldman Sachs predicts the upcoming earnings season will not be pretty.
The billionaire tells CNBC he's more bullish on stocks based on valuations than fellow hedge fund titan David Tepper. Ackman also talks Mondelez and his Herbalife short.
United should be saluted for how it handled the ouster of its CEO and chairman, Yale School of Management's Jeff Sonnenfeld told CNBC.