The stock market's record-breaking rise could get derailed by oil.
Stocks could continue to be rocked as negative undercurrents converge ahead of quarter-end, and a decline in momentum names looks set to spread to the broader market.
With the Fed's policy-setting meeting in the rear-view mirror, the coming week should have Wall Street switching its focus to U.S. and global data.
U.S. stock index futures indicated a lower opening on Thursday after stocks surged yesterday on news from the Fed.
Traders are widely divided on what the Fed will do next week, which raises the odds for a volatile market reaction.
U.S. stock index futures edged higher Thursday following the latest reading on jobless claims and GDP, but gains were limited amid ongoing concerns about the lack of progress in Washington's budget talks.
Check out which companies are making headlines after the bell Wednesday:
Housing and jobs data will get a close look from traders Thursday, as they continue to dissect the latest comments from the Fed.
The Fed could add fuel to the market rally in the week ahead, keeping the Dow on track for its best first quarter since 1998.
Here’s a look at several stocks that could experience big short squeezes when they report earnings this week.
So, which mid-cap stocks do Wall Street analysts predict have the biggest potential to pop from current stock prices? Click ahead to find out!
"What we've seen happening with steel so far this year is somewhat of a sawtooth recovery. Pricing has been moving fairly strongly," Mark Parr, managing director at KeyBanc Capital Markets, told CNBC.
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Stocks traded sideways on Wednesday as investors sought new trading opportunities. Where should you be putting money to work?
Now that Goldman Sachs has added 3M to its Conviction Buy list, where's the next opportunity in metals and miners?
Following are the day’s biggest winners and losers. Find out why shares of Palm and Nomura Holdings popped while Simon Property Group and Walgreens dropped.
Nearly 1.4 billion shares and $18 billion traded yesterday in CNBC's Million Dollar Portfolio Challenge. Check out the bets being made today...
Nearly 1.5 billion shares and $20 billion traded yesterday in CNBC's Million Dollar Portfolio Challenge. Check out the bets being made today...
Here's one of our last looks at the contest stocks. The most active and widely held remained pretty much the same throughout the contest and the finals--for both the Million Dollar Portfolio Challenge and Second Chance Showdown. Most best and worst performers were affected by earnings and M&A's over the weeks as well. Here you go:
Good morning all. Deborah Taft continues to hold the top position, but she is losing ground. And there's a new number two; Jason Kaplan. Jason gains 2nd place on his Worthington Industries trade forcing Chad Mazeika into 3rd place with only small gains on Mariner Energy and Sonus.