CNBC's Jim Cramer said Friday that Gap's disappointing earnings report and poor morale there was a "downer" for him.» Read More
This snowmobile stock doesn't need a blizzard! Jim Cramer thinks it's a winner.
Art Cashin, UBS director of floor operations, told CNBC on Tuesday that stocks were falling sharply in early trading because of an "ugly buffet" of news.
Veteran market strategist bets on housing recovery.
Goldman Sachs COO Gary Cohn told CNBC why he thinks oil could go even lower.
If there's ever been an a earnings announcement when earnings themselves aren't important, it's Yahoo's fourth quarter.
Companies making headlines after the bell Tuesday: AT&T, Apple, Yahoo & more.
CNBC's Jim Cramer says markets will be "stupid" following the disappointing earnings reports released Tuesday.
Jim Cramer wants a piece of Shake Shack's IPO and thinks you should, too.
The options market is implying an 8 percent move on Yahoo earnings Tuesday.
Some of the names on the move ahead of the open.
Hershey was both downgraded and upgraded this week. Jim Cramer takes a look at the bulls and the bears, to find one sweet deal.
Stocks have suffered a mighty volatile start to 2015. So why has the volatility index fallen so sharply?
Check out which companies are making headlines after the bell Monday: Microsoft, United Tech, Texas Instruments & more.
A venture capitalist with a stake in Pinterest weighs in on the Box IPO.
Apple can continue to grow in China despite market dominance by Android and other cellphone makers, one analyst said.
As Microsoft was wowing the tech world with holographic goggles that blend the virtual and physical worlds, investors were selling the stock.
Asset managers responding to a PricewaterhouseCoopers analysis of the industry believe that lofty mark will be attained as soon as 2020.
It may not feel like it, but according to one widely used metric, stocks are actually more expensive than they've been since 2005.
What are the hot exchange trade fund investments for 2015? Here's what's got investment advisers talking at the annual Inside ETFs conference in Florida.
Can the bull market continue if companies aren't growing their top line? The latest figures show analysts forecasting little revenue growth for 2015.
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