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Analysts are battling over Monster Beverage, so Jim Cramer takes a deep dive to find out if it's a bull or a bear.
Jim Cramer sees three major themes that account for the collapse in commodity prices.
Strong close in the energy commodity complex. Oil, natural gas and gasoline all moved higher.
The American Academy of Actuaries plans to rank retirement plans with a letter grade system, A to F.
"The views and the facts are completely different, OK?" Dimon said, after being asked about a breakup.
A World Bank downgrade of global growth spurred a new round of selling for several commodities, many of which have already fallen with oil.
Commodities analyst Helima Croft says Saudi Arabia will likely keep oil prices low only for the next six months.
Why copper is hitting five-and-a-half-year lows.
Financial analysts expect a positive earnings report from Intel on Thursday.
After more bad news, Brazil's embattled Petrobras will likely affect the wider fate of the Brazilian economy.
Check out which companies are making headlines after the bell Wednesday: BlackBerry, Adobe, JPM & more.
U.S. markets will see gains in 2015 despite their slow start, albeit with a high level of volatility, according to one analyst.
Some of Wednesday's midday movers:
The top three energy master limited funds are in the red, and retail investors are starting to panic. How far will the oil price go?
Mining stocks sold off sharply on Wednesday, with Glencore falling to an all-time nadir, after copper plunged to a five-and-a half-year low.
CNBC's Jim Cramer says the markets are in a "weird place" as weak data hit them hard.
A 6.5-percent monthly decline in gas station receipts accounts for much of the drop in December retail sales.
A Wall Street analyst made a curious call, saying Netflix shares could drop 15% after earnings, but it's a buy anyway.
The oil price plunge has defied all but the most pessimistic analysts. We take a look at some of the difficulties in calling the bottom.
Trader Jim Iuorio says Wall Street's sharply negative reaction to weaker-than-expected December retail sales was due to confusion about the Fed's intentions.