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Formidable challenges await Apple, Colin Gillis of BGC Financial says.
The "Fast Money" traders share their final trades of the day.
Amid BlackBerry's announcement that it would seek "strategic alternatives," Greencrest Capital internet analyst Max Wolff says that the company's stock might have run up too far.
Check out which companies are making headlines after the bell Monday:
We have been stuck in the 1,680-1,700 range on the S&P 500 for almost a month now and, inevitably, everyone is wondering: what will move the markets forward again?
What does the market look like today? Carter Worth says it looks a lot like it did in 1987—ahead of the crash, that is.
A couple of trades could see upside ahead of the taper, Joe Terranova of Virtus Investment Partners says.
New York's top banking regulator has issued subpoenas to several companies associated with bitcoin as part of an inquiry into business practices of the virtual currency industry.
As the retail sector kicks off earnings season and back-to-school sales begin, David Berman, founder of hedge fund Durban Capital, predicts trouble for the industry.
Steinway, a 160-year-old maker of pianos, saxophones and trumpets, said it received a takeover offer from an investment firm that topped a bid by private-equity firm Kohlberg.
Twitter appears to be getting ready to issue stock to the public, reports USA Today.
Spending on back-to-school supplies is down, but bills can still be high. Here's how to find the deals and save.
Markets may be too sensitive to events in Japan and not focused on the areas that really matter, like the U.S., Europe and China, Cramer said.
China may be turning around for the better, but judging from some markets you might not know that.
Events in Washington could make it a "very messy" September/October period for the markets, S&P's David Blitzer tells CNBC.
Jittery Wall Street traders are looking to the skies and seeing Hindenburgs. That can be a bad thing for markets.
Canadian smartphone maker BlackBerry said on Monday it had set up a committee to explore strategic alternatives that could include joint ventures, partnerships or a sale of the company.
Gold's fortunes could be turning around. This trader reveals what gold bulls need to see for confirmation.
Emerging markets are headed lower overall, Marc Faber of the Gloom Boom & Doom Report says.
The market is showing signs of weakness and similarities to steep market tumbles. CNBC's Melissa Lee and the "Options Action" traders discuss how to protect yourself from Dr. Doom.