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It's great that the big banks will raise their payouts, but don't think they are all suddenly turning into dividend all-stars.
After another lackluster session for U.S. equities, Dennis Gartman said it was time to start chasing bargains – but not where you might think.
Some of the names on the move ahead of the open.
One figure, released weekly in the U.S, will determine whether oil has bottomed or not.
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Jim Cramer has made a lot of calls before, but this one reaches new territory for black gold.
These 11 companies in the S&P 500 have posted impressive and accelerating growth, USA Today reports.
Jim Cramer sits down with the CEO of Under Armour to discuss the future of connectivity in fitness apparel.
The "Fast Money" traders give their final trades of the day.
When world economies shiver and shake, gold prospers.
Jim Cramer reviews the Top 10 stocks of the S&P 500 for 2014. Will they be winners again this year?
If investors know where to look they may find some opportunity in the oil-drilling sector, analyst Ken Sill said.
The Canadian government unveiled tougher new proposed oil tank car standards.
It is the focus on this that helps the Aston-LMCG Small Cap Growth Fund beat the Street, its manager told CNBC Wednesday.
Are stocks dead in the water thanks to the dollar rise?
The dollar has been surging and according to Raoul Pal of The Global Macro Investor newsletter, that strength is likely to not only continue, but accelerate.
A stronger dollar and falling oil prices could push the U.S. into a recession by the end of 2015, said Raoul Pal of The Global Macro Investor.
Check out the companies making headlines after the bell Wednesday: Box, Shake Shack, Morgan Stanley & more.
Chicago trader Jeff Kilburg shows investors how to profit from a pullback in stocks.
Here's why the euro will continue to weaken, Deutsche Bank's George Saravelos told CNBC.