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Art Cashin of UBS Financial Services says that if oil falls back below $80 it could put pressure on stocks.
Health care has been on a tear in 2014, and there is still room for upside. Wall Street analysts are focusing on the following four trends.
A couple of old-tech stocks offered a good deal of value, portfolio manager Matthew McLennan says.
Twitter reports Q3 earnings after the bell on Monday and investors are looking for guidance that new products will lead the social network to a profit.
Are Tesla shares about to follow Netflix and Amazon much lower?
Interest rates will not only remain low, but could soon hit a ceiling in the near term, says Wall Street pro Scott Minerd.
Oil dropped below $80 per barrel on Monday morning, and falling prices could impact job growth in the shale industry.
Between Internet retailers Alibaba Group and Amazon.com, there are far more reasons to like the former, says CNBC's Jim Cramer.
With some 84 million people in the U.S. struggling with obesity, investing in obesity stocks has become a Wall Street trend.
Oil prices at multi-year lows may be just the beginning, with some analysts forecasting "black gold" may permanently lose its luster.
While Fundstrat's Thomas Lee and Deutsche Bank's David Bianco agree on the market's direction, they differed in CNBC interviews over falling oil prices.
Private Advisor Group's Guy Adami says the market might be running out of steam.
Discovery Capital has been battered by volatility, according to a report that disclosed losses of more than 20 percent in one of its main funds.
Goldman Sachs has slashed its 2015 oil price forecasts, making it the most bearish among major financial institutions, following a near 25 percent fall in prices.
The markets have just breathed a huge sigh of relief. But that doesn't mean the good-and-boring old days are coming back.
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