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The IPO business could gain momentum despite its slow start in 2015.
Stocks with low beta have led the latest leg of this bull market as volatility stayed low. That's reversing.
Oil prices will get a heck of a lot worse before they get better, a top industry analyst said on Tuesday.
Advisors at the 2015 TD Ameritrade conference remain upbeat about the U.S. market despite recent volatility and say clients should be, too.
Billionaire investor Leon Cooperman of Omega Advisors is still bullish on stocks despite a rare losing streak.
Since 1900, the best-performing industries have been tobacco in the USA and alcohol in the UK, according to a new study.
The "Fast Money" traders give their final trades of the day.
A GAO report broke down the landscape of IRA ownership and told how a few people came by their vast IRA fortunes.
Jim Cramer speaks with the CEO of this airline, and he thinks it could fly to new heights.
Jim Cramer takes a look at Hasbro versus Mattel and finds that this stock is reaching new highs and can play the game even further.
Tough to predict where oil is heading
Apple's free cash flow is "mind-blowing" and can propel the stock to $150, Barclays analyst Ben Reitzes tells CNBC.
A flurry of trades by the Halftime Report players revealed a new favorite sector.
Valuations are stretched right now, but investors looking to make money can find opportunity, Goldman's David Kostin told CNBC. Here's where.
S&P futures moved on reports the EU Commission will offer Greece bailout extension.
Check out which companies are making headlines after the bell Tuesday: Apple, Pier 1, Western Union & more.
The biggest change in the makeup of markets this month that is being talked about by Wall Street strategists is the reversal in rates.
CNBC's Jim Cramer explains why Coca-Cola is on the right track after its latest earnings report.
The recent rebound in oil should not be seen as a sign that the price has reached a bottom, influential investor Dennis Gartman told CNBC.
In the short term, the IEA sees "light at the end of the tunnel" for oil, but warns there's no sign of supply slowing.