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Low oil will stick around for about 18 months, but Alberta premier Jim Prentice said the region's economy is resilient.
After a strong jobs report, market response not so enthusiastic.
Twitter reported quarterly earnings that beat analysts' expectations, but perhaps not all is well in Twitter land.
Take a look at some of Friday's midday movers:
“Mad Money” host Jim Cramer makes a bold call on where it’s time to move money now.
Small investors are starting to cash in on consumer stocks, the market's best performer over the last three months.
The U.S. dollar soared against the euro and the yen on Friday, but some currency analysts are eyeing a short-term pullback in the greenback.
Oil could bottom around $40 a barrel but if it does, it won't linger there long, oil trader Andrew Hall said in an investor letter.
The jobs report gives the Fed reason to cut rates, and bears say equities have had problems in recent years when rates begin to rise.
The SEC is investigating a spike in trading in BlackBerry options before Reuters reported that Samsung was in talks to buy the smartphone maker.
With each passing year the dividend trade continues to go strong, and 2015 is shaping up as no exception.
The "Fast Money" traders give their final trades of the day.
If you can't beat 'em, join 'em. That philosophy works well in tax season, when you can use some tax payments to lower your IRS bill.
Jim Cramer sees a big turnaround happening in the organic food movement, and this stock is right at the center of it.
With Greece causing turmoil in Europe, Jim Cramer cannot ignore the upside potential for these U.S. stocks.
U.S. stocks rallied Thursday, but one pro is watching carefully for a sell signal because he has his eye elsewhere.
Markets experts debate whether or not U.S. investors should be overly concerned with Europe's latest developments.
Check out which companies are making headlines after the bell Thursday: GoPro, Twitter, Expedia & more.
Floor-based options trading is a more complicated business.
A world awash in oil does not bode well for producers during the critical summer months when gas prices typically rise.