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As investors looked ahead to Friday they had two things on their minds: the monthly jobs report and the OPEC meeting in Vienna.
Brad Katsuyama, the hero of "Flash Boys," is introducing the fourth-largest U.S. stock exchange and isn't worried about HFT.
Car manufacturers and dealers will be hit by rising interest rates more than the consumer, Kelley Blue Book's Matt DeLorenzo said.
Check out the companies making headlines after the bell Thursday: Gap, Zumiez, Diamond Foods & more.
"We continue to have a cautiously optimistic outlook for Pimco's future," Morningstar said in a white paper.
A bond market selloff and concerns about Greece have fueled a rough day for stocks, but more potential market derailments loom.
T. Boone Pickens says Saudi production is topping out at about 10 million barrels per day and oil prices will return to $70 per barrel by year end.
Softening economic conditions and the derailing of U.S. dollar strength has turned the tide on currency hedging.
Rising rates has some traders running all the way to the bank.
Twelve large S&P 500 companies are piling up debt thanks to low interest rates, USA Today reports.
As crude has soared off its lows, one trader is betting big on one name in particular.
CNBC's Jim Cramer explains why the criticism that has come Chris Sacca's way recently is unwarranted.
Elevation Partners Co-Founder Roger McNamee said he is delighted with today's tech bubble. Here's why.
The good news: U.S. stocks have gone 1,339 days without a 10% drop. The bad news? The market's personality could change for the worse.
Bond expert Larry McDonald and stock maven Erin Gibbs agree on the Treasury market move that would lead investors to flee equities.
Some of the names on the move ahead of the open.
Louis Navellier's "Squawk Box" Platinum Portfolio is already up 20 percent this year. Here's his next move.
Volatile oil prices are expected to finish the year near current levels, even though crude may make another plunge, according to a new CNBC Oil Survey.
"When I look at the whole financial sector … I feel like [I'm] on the Titanic," Marc Faber says.
The wild breakout in German yields is rocking global debt markets, giving a glimpse of a world of higher interest rates.