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Thinking of swapping banks? Skip the free toaster and check these factors first.
Few people have better insights into the state of global affairs than AGCO CEO Martin Richenhagen.
Magic for the market? Not the Alibaba IPO, says Cramer.
Interest rates have fallen to ultra-low levels, yet the housing market seems to be doing poorly. What gives?
Headlines after the bell Thursday: CBS, Gap, GrubHub & more
Shares of Whole Foods Market dipped more than 18 percent when trading began Wednesday morning, and CNBC's Jim Cramer calls the move a 'loss of faith.'
These are not happy days for big Wall Street financial institutions, and the head of one of them thinks this is effectively the end of an era.
2014 was supposed to be the year of the dollar, a breakout for the currency. But so far, the U.S. currency has gone in the opposite direction.
Apple shares closed above $600 after Monday's trading session. CNBC's Jim Cramer identified 68 million reasons behind the stock's comeback.
Some of Wednesday's midday movers:
The "Fast Money" traders share their final trades of the day.
Virgin Group founder Richard Branson also tells CNBC that it's a great time to invest in the airline industry, but for the travelers "the jury is still out" on whether that's good news.
First, the good news: These homes exist-and they're on the market. Now, the bad news: Fantasy homes don't come cheap.
If you’re trying to get a handle on this market, Cramer says look no further than Apple and Twitter.
Some of the names on the move ahead of the open.
Art Cashin of UBS Financial Services tells CNBC's Bob Pisani how the stock market appears to be moving higher and lower in response to a single indicator.
Jim Cramer says this transformation is eye-opening.
Several changes have been made to stabilize the market after the Dow dropped about 1,000 points four years ago today.
Walt Disney's earnings beat among the companies in the headlines after the bell Tuesday: Disney, Groupon, Whole Foods & more
The wealthy plan to put nearly half of their investment dollars into these sectors this year, the CNBC Millionaire Survey revealed.
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