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A large sharp correction is coming to the U.S. equity markets, according to Raoul Pal of Global Macro Investor
FXCM shares tumbled after it laid out details of a loan aimed at saving the company after last week's shock removal of the cap on the Swiss franc.
Burger chain Shake Shack said it expected its initial public offering to be priced at $14-$16 per share, valuing the company at up to $568 million.
The "Fast Money" traders give their final trades of the day.
You want to borrow against your home's equity to pay for what?!
Finally! The ongoing drama between Nelson Peltz and PepsiCo has come to an end, and Jim Cramer is excited about the results.
Looking at the big picture, Jim Cramer thinks we have finally reached a happy medium. Will consumers continue to be able to reap the benefits?
Jim Cramer has his eye on this amazing biotech that doubled in value last year, and thinks it could have plenty more upside.
Why one pro thinks the Fed will need to do another round of stimulus this year.
The volatile start to the year is spilling into the IPO market, which is beginning to price new products after a one-month hiatus.
Think you have what it takes to be a do-it-yourself investor? There are at least 7 essential traits you need to be successful.
Jim Chanos told CNBC on Friday he's been short major oil companies for a couple years because the North American shale explosion has been "uneconomical for drillers."
Is now the time to play for a bullion bounce? With CNBC's Melissa Lee and the Options Action traders.
Gold traded near its highest level in four months and close to logging its best week of trade in ten months.
Bank of America Merrill Lynch lists its 15 top trades for 2015, covering currencies, commodities, emerging markets and more.
A look at a scary Facebook chart, with CNBC's Melissa Lee and the Options Action traders.
Companies making headlines before the bell Friday:
Top fund manager Bill Nygren views the precipitous fall in energy stock prices as creating "the area to be opportunistic in."
America is a bigger and bigger part of global oil demand, explains Dan Yergin. So if U.S. growth is lackluster, crude will keep getting crushed.
Kynikos boss Jim Chanos reveals to CNBC he's been short Intel. He also talks about why Tesla is "not a change-the-world company."