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If more companies have earnings like Alcoa, Cramer thinks there could be some legs to this rally
Gains in the market on Wednesday relieved many worried investors. However Jim Cramer thinks this could be a one day rally
The stock market's direction depends on how companies frame their earnings results in the days ahead, pros told CNBC on Wednesday.
A selloff in stocks would provide a good entry point for investors, U.S. Trust CIO Chris Hyzy says.
Frontier markets aren't just volatile natural resources bets. They should be considered for any global stock portfolio.
The fear is that an exodus for the door along the same lines as the "taper tantrum" could crush the market.
Check out which companies are making headlines after the bell Wednesday: Gap, AMD, Alcoa & more.
Shares in retailer J.C. Penney fell sharply on Wednesday after the company said same-store sales growth this quarter would be less than forecast.
Will this airline stock soar into earnings?
Veteran trader Art Cashin identifies key technical levels that, if breached, could put downward pressure on the stock market.
IBM has rolled out a new artificial intelligence tool and says it's moving Watson's staff to New York's Silicon Alley, Bob Pisani reports.
The dollar's strength against the euro could be among the few positive factors at play for Europe.
After a triple digit decline in the Dow, Jim Cramer reveals how to think like a market pro.
As the holiday season approaches, four retail stocks could be worth buying, top-ranked JPMorgan analyst Matthew Boss says.
Goldman Sachs' chief U.S. equity strategist David Kostin reveals which types of stocks he thinks are most attractive now.
Some of the names on the move ahead of the open.
The "Fast Money" traders share their final trades of the day.
Perfect credit score? Owning a home free and clear? What's your financial dream?
The stock market is likely to see further declines, and the CNBC "Fast Money" traders explain how they're playing it.
There’s something Jim Cramer doesn’t want you to do. Ever.
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