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U.S. stocks closed higher Thursday, stabilizing after a steep sell-off, helped by some recovery in oil prices and comments from Fed policymakers
Fast Money" traders picked through the battered U.S. stock markets for names that could have potential ahead.
U.S. stocks closed sharply lower, pressured by low oil prices, as concerns about global economic slowdown weighed ahead of major earnings reports.
Don't panic, just buy!
Whether retailers like it or not, shoppers are raising the stakes of the game: they want to shop online and pick up in store.
U.S stocks closed mixed Monday, stabilizing after their worst week since 2011, as declines in commodity prices weighed.
Despite the big sell-off to start the year, a market participant says stocks are still expensive, expects another plunge in the S&P.
Adding large-cap names to your portfolio.
"Mad Money" host Jim Cramer shares his ideas of when and which stocks to buy after Monday's sell-off.
Jim Cramer names the stocks that dominated the Dow in 2015, as well as the dogs that need some work before they can go from zero to hero this year.
Following a disappointing 2015, analysts are cautious on the retail sector heading into 2016.
A surprising number of people are dissatisfied with their holiday gifts. So how do they politely exchange something they don't really like?
December’s weather has been one for the books with temperature records already broken. But is the weather heating or cooling the economy?
Some Northeast retailers are suffering from unseasonably warm temperatures, but these businesses are winning.
As a mixed year for retail stocks comes to a close, "Fast Money" traders picked their best consumer bets for 2016.
How to make money in a flat market.
Why are so few retailers using chip cards this season? Find out which retailers cannot accept the safer payment.
One technician says the charts are pointing to a weak spot in the high-flying consumer discretionary sector.
Art Cashin shares his expectations for markets, the Fed and oil in 2016.
NEW YORK, Dec 8- Markit Ltd's chief executive filed a lawsuit on Tuesday, accusing unknown individuals of hacking into his computers, phone and emails to try to intimidate him and extort money. London- based Markit, in a statement, called the case "a personal, private matter". The lawsuit came amid a rash of hacking attacks on companies in the last two years, including...