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The Dow industrial average is close to ending the year with its biggest gain since 1996.
What's the best short idea for 2014? A look at sectors to bet against, with CNBC's Dominic Chu and the "Options Action" traders.
Some of Monday's midday movers.
As the yen hit a five-year low on Thursday, some say the currency could fall as low as 125 per dollar by the end of next year.
CNBC's Bob Pisani's 2014 predictions: Fed ups bond-buying, Dallas Fed President Richard Fisher resigns, and Microsoft buys Yahoo!
What's next for stocks in 2014? Rising dividends, rising buybacks, and mid-single-digit earnings growth.
Year-end generosity might pay off at tax time, as long as you follow the IRS's rules on tax deductions for donations.
Despite all the liquidity sloshing around, inflation remains worryingly low – possibly because central banks are exporting deflation, HSBC said.
Just before Christmas, the market has been gifted with more strong economic data--this time, in the form of November durable goods.
Bill Ackman is still convinced Herbalife is a pyramid scheme and says he has new evidence to prove it.
The ABA said it will challenge the Volcker Rule unless regulators agree to suspend portions that restrict certain CODs, a report said.
Jim Cramer often advocates viewing a sell-off as opportunity. Often, but not always.
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Check out which companies are making headlines after the bell Monday: CalAmp, Walt Disney & more
The purchase of the stake means Starboard will become the second activist investor within months to push for a change in strategy.
A bullish IMF forecast is helping to feed confidence in the economy -- and the market rally.
Noted value investor Bill Miller details where he sees the best investment opportunities.
As gold moves close to its 2013 low, one strategist told CNBC he wouldn't even buy the precious metal with his worst enemy's money.
The "Fast Money" traders share their final trades of the day.
The S&P 500 may have clocked up gains of more than 27 percent this year, but some analysts believe U.S. stocks still have more room to rise.
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