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South Africa's central bank joined its emerging market peers on Wednesday and raised its key interest rate, hoping to shore up its sliding currency.
Despite recent studies raising questions about Facebook’s longevity, the social giant is on track to report a stellar quarter.
Companies in the news after Wednesday's bell.
Did you sell a loser stock? Before you buy it back, make sure you don't violate the wash sale rules.
Had you the courage, taking long positions in a handful of stocks during the sell-off would have generated sizable returns.
Bill Fleckenstein says that once investors change their view on the Fed, stocks are likely to drop by 30 percent.
Polaris guided many ships to safety in times gone by. Could it also guide your portfolio to profits?
The effort is under way to bring the best of mutual fund star managers to the ETF world, but it's not clear what it all means just yet.
Investors hoping for the much-ballyhooed market correction to take hold so they can jump in at sharply lower prices may have a long wait.
This is a link to a Bankrate.com story.
Don't put away your umbrella, just yet. Technical analysis suggests the stock market storm isn’t over.
U.S. REITS have been big winners, but it may be global REITs that offer investors better prospects than tapped-out domestic REIT plays.
As earnings season marches forward, Cramer will be watching closely for lumpy stocks.
The fund industry is criticized for its 7,500 funds—some say marketing takes precedence over investing. Are ETFs catching up when it comes to bloat?
Investors don't have to ditch bonds to survive the taper but just need to pick the right bond ETFs.
Companies making headlines after the bell Tuesday:
Companies making headlines after the bell Monday.
Is a more serious correction at hand? Jim Cramer investigates.
Left-wing policies in the emerging markets like Argentina, Brazil and Turkey are to blame for the recent U.S. stock market tumble.
The perils of homeownership can get the best of you if you fall prey to any of these five scenarios.
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