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U.S. markets should expect increasing volatility in the near future, three experts said Tuesday on CNBC.
Of course, no one knows exactly, but there's plenty of guesses from the analyst community.
Remember the infamous "taper tantrum" of 2013? You should.
Volatility is making a comeback. Strategist Jeffrey Kleintop tells CNBC how investors can rebalance their portfolios to insulate themselves.
One trader is betting big that Celgene will soar in the next few days. How big?
On the anniversary of the Nasdaq’s dotcom peak in 2000, we look at the stocks and industries that made up the index, then and now.
U.S. markets opened for trading sharply lower on Tuesday, hit by concerns over rising interest rates, a stronger dollar and weaker earnings estimates.
Jordan Kotick, RBC Capital Markets, discusses why investors need to look past the US and be aware of what is going on internationally. "Any retail investor must have a global view" says Kotick.
Ahead of the stock market's opening plunge, CNBC's Jim Cramer warned about the dangers of the rising dollar on emerging markets.
Still drilling at four-decade highs, the U.S. oil industry could help drive another price collapse in crude this spring.
Some of the names on the move ahead of the open.
The European economy may appear mired in low growth and low-flation, but shares there may surge as much as 70 percent by end-2016, Citigroup said.
The dot-com bust, 9/11 and 2008 crisis left Gen Y investors wary of risks—and therefore less likely to benefit from the market.
The Apple Watch is sure to disappoint some uber bulls, but Hudson Square's Daniel Ernst thinks it will have a big impact on Apple's earnings.
Investors are starting to realize that the strengthening dollar is going to bite into earnings, BlackRock's Russ Koesterich tells CNBC.
These stocks are starting to perk up as the rest of the market stalls.
Morgan Stanley sees a lengthy recovery ahead for Europe and an improving picture in the United States, CFO Ruth Porat tells CNBC.
Despite the Dow's 200-point drop, history shows that investors should be buying.
Jim Cramer provides his advice on how to best play Apple. Forget about the watch, here's how to make money on the stock.
Jim Cramer speaks with PepsiCo CEO Indra Nooyi on her perspective of how being raised outside of the U.S. has helped her professionally.