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Oil has been falling in recent months, but Jim O'Neill, former chairman of Goldman Sachs Asset Management, predicts prices will end higher this year.
A surge in U.S. gasoline and diesel supplies spells more trouble for oil prices but is good news for consumers.
Shares of Ford Motor rose after the automaker raised its quarterly dividend by 20 percent.
Weekly jobless claims is the data du jour Thursday as markets countdown to Friday's December employment report.
Starboard Value delivered a letter to Yahoo's board expressing concern that the company may be considering a major acquisition.
Jim Cramer shares his best money making strategy of all time to use on the next down day on the market.
The "Fast Money" traders give their final trades of the day.
Follow Bankrate's advice and turn these dumb money moves into acts of financial self-preservation and enlightenment.
Imagine if the federal government sent you a $1,000 check. Jim Cramer thinks you may have already received it, but from this group.
The potential combination of Fed tightening and ECB easing provides the "perfect recipe" for the dollar to continue rising.
Jim Cramer sits down with H&R Block CEO to discuss the impact of the Affordable Care Act on tax returns for millions of Americans this year.
The pros weigh in on what to expect from the market and where to invest.
Demand for German bonds is so strong that some investors are willing to pay to own them.
Check out which companies are making headlines after the bell Wednesday: WD-40, Brocade, Zumiez, GM & more.
Analyst Walter Piecyk isn't discouraged about Apple, even though its shares have lost about $40 billion in the past month.
Now's the time to refinance. More than 7.4 million homeowners stand to benefit from slipping mortgage rates.
One trader is betting nearly $2 million that all-time highs are right around the corner.
Eleven S&P 500 companies are projected to post at least profits at least 40 percent higher than last year, USA Today reports.
Unthinkable even a few weeks ago, but now pros are saying the weakening currency may fall so low it could trade at parity with the dollar—or even lower.
Amid a dizzying start filled with volatility, he looks at markets and sees a year filled with not much of anything particularly exciting.
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