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  • Stocks opened flat to slightly lower on Wednesday as concerns mounted over the global economy and the US dollar continued to assert itself as a popular safety play. Robert Doll, vice chairman and global CIO of equities at BlackRock shared his market outlook.

  • Find out which retailer Cramer prefers.

  • Attention landlubbers, it’s time to go whale watching – Fast Money style. Our whales aren’t massive sea creatures, so much as massive investors who are massively wealthy... and they’ve just surfaced to reveal their top holdings. Compared to them, the rest of us are just little fish. But like real fish, that doesn’t mean you can’t swim in their wake!

    Our whales aren’t massive sea creatures, so much as massive investors who are massively wealthy... and they’ve recently surfaced to reveal their top holdings.

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    Look for President Obama to sign climate change legislation into law in April, a barrage of carbon footprint commercials on TV, a sustainability label from Walmart and the election of green governors.

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    To an extent not seen in decades, shares of companies with weak balance sheets have been soaring, the NY Times reports.

  • Many investors are too conservatively positioned to the end of the year, said Thomas Lee, chief U.S. equity strategist at JPMorgan. He told investors where they should be looking.

  • Target to Go

    Taking a cue from the recent flood of pop-up stores, discount retailer Target is opening three temporary Target To-Go locations this holiday, catering to busy city-dwellers shopping on a budget.

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    Last year, we received so much reader input on the difference between stupid and cool that we once again scoured the Web to find the strangest gifts out there.

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    By all accounts, the holiday season appears to be off to a robust start, with lines longer and carts fuller than a year ago, but a key question remains: What will happen after the holiday madness fades?

  • A trader at the New York Stock Exchange.

    Stocks closed sharply lower, led by a selloff of financial shares.

  • Goldman Sachs may be the canary in the coal mine. And it looks like it’s breaking support. What must you know to trade this market?

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    U.S. retailers posted much weaker-than-expected sales for November, as shoppers focused only on big bargains at the start of the key holiday selling season. Charles Grom, broadline retail analyst at JPMorgan, shared his industry outlook.

  • Winterizing Your Portfolio - A CNBC Special Report

    Stocks opened mildly positive as a continued decline in weekly jobless claims help brighten hopes that the decline in the economy was abating—but surprisingly weak retail sales numbers tempered the enthusiasm.

  • Winterizing Your Portfolio - A CNBC Special Report

    Though Friday's November employment report is the most widely anticipated economic release of the week, Thursday's news docket is so full that investors may not spend much time thinking about those jobs numbers.

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    A brewing price war over video games is taking its toll on the industry’s top specialty retailer.

  • The Dow ended slightly lower Wednesday as oil prices fell and investors worried about bank profits. Amazon buoyed the Nasdaq.

  • Consumer Nation Holiday Central Edition

    GameStop's stock is falling as Wal-Mart cuts prices on video games.

  • Can investors trust the stock rally and what should they be watching for in the economy? Peter Costa, president of Empire Executions and CNBC market analyst, and Jonathan Corpina, senior managing partner at Meridian Equity Partners, shared their insights.

  • Markets vacillated Wednesday, after two employment reports showed improvement—but not as much as expected. Where should investors be looking? David Kotok, CIO of Cumberland Advisors, and Dave Shepherd, financial planner at Retirement Financial Services, shared their views.

  • Stocks were mixed Wednesday, with the Dow and S&P retreating, after the S&P broke through a key level.  Amazon gave the Nasdaq a boost.