Veteran trader Art Cashin says 10-year Treasury bonds are once again setting the tone for Tuesday's rout on Wall Street.» Read More
Stocks jump, fall, then rise. The whipsaw action has recently become commonplace among major indices.
In his quest for stock ideas, Jim Cramer often turns to entrepreneurs on the cutting edge.
While stocks aren't as cheap as they were a year ago, Bill Nygren made four new portfolio additions.
Art Cashin of UBS Financial Services tells CNBC's Bob Pisani why the Nasdaq keeps getting hit.
Hayman Capital's Kyle Bass believes Wall Street's recent declines in the biotech and social media sector shows cracks in the Japanese economy.
Intel is among the companies making news after the bell: INTC, YHOO, CSX
With recent signs that housing may be slowing down a bit, Nobel Prize-winning economist Robert Shiller told CNBC on Tuesday that he'd still describe the recovery as strong.
The formerly hot IPO market is repricing, in what's becoming a regular occurrence: delayed offerings and flotations below the price talk.
Paying up for high-growth stocks amid the stock market's ongoing rotation into safer bets has been a "true sin and dumber than wood," Jim Cramer says.
Dennis Gartman says it's no surprise crude prices have bounced.
Companies making headlines before the bell:
The "Fast Money" traders share their final trades of the day.
If this year's tax deadline will be a "pay" day for you and you don't have the cash, the Internal Revenue Service gives you several payment options.
Hilary Kramer, president and CIO of A&G Capital, discusses Yahoo ahead of earnings and explains why investors should take a closer look at "fallen angel" Blackberry.
Few things in life are scarier than getting laid off from your job. But should it happen, Jim Cramer says there’s a silver lining.
First-quarter earnings look to offer something the market hasn't seen in quite some time. Subsequent quarters will have to keep up or it could be an ugly year.
The stocks of tiny sensor companies are doing well despite market volatility. Used in smartphones and wearable devices, demand is buoying prices.
How does Jim Cramer decide when to pull the trigger on a stock?
You don’t have to be rich to invest like Jim Cramer. You can generate big profits even if you have a small wallet.
Some investment pros say all that air coming out of bubble-like momentum stocks might actually be a healthy development, USA Today reports.
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