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The dangers stalking the oil industry are already reflected in the price of US energy junk bonds. Financial Times reports.
With Wall Street bracing for disappointing earnings, any beat will likely propel the market higher, Jack Bouroudjian said.
Analysts are refusing to rule out that a Chinese consortium might buy Blackstone's controlling 55 percent stake in Hilton Worldwide.
Check out the companies making headlines after the bell Wednesday: Alcoa, Zynga, Pier 1 & more.
Some of the titans of big dividends are about to pay out dividends, but only to those who act fast, reports USA Today.
It's been a rocky road for transports. But for those willing to ride out the volatility, there are good buying opportunities.
Cowen & Co.'s David Seaburg explains why Nike is poised to rally in an environment of rising rates.
Exxon could make a deal soon, and targets for oil majors range from U.S. shale producers to distressed mining and resources firms, analysts tell CNBC.
Mike Ryan, chief investment strategist at UBS Wealth Management, said he is bullish on full-year 2015 earnings, and here's why.
Goldman Sachs retracted a downgrade of health website operator WebMD issued before Wednesday's open, citing a calculation error.
Some are betting Alcoa will see a pop after it reports on Wednesday.
The small investor, generally speaking, is pretty risk adverse. But not last month...
These 12 companies have torn past adjusted earnings forecasts by 10% or more for 4 straight quarters. USA TODAY reports.
While Alcoa is not the big name it used to be, it still represents the beginning to earnings season, at least among old-timers.
As oil bounces off the lows, not every energy name is along for the ride. Here are the stocks that could "overshoot to the downside" now.
These 6 consumer stocks have phenomenal 25-year returns, proving why investors like Warren Buffett stick with them in good times and bad.
Expectations for corporate profits are somewhat troublesome, BlackRock strategist Russ Koesterich tells CNBC. But he sees light at the end of the tunnel.
Investors are gearing up for a tough earnings season. But one trader says even dull earnings numbers won't slow the market down.
Contrarian investing is back in play and CNBC Pro has some of the top ideas on the Street.