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The notion that a lot of the current upset could be traced back to a Death Cross in the 10-year Treasury yield seems as plausible as any.
The Fast Money traders share their final trades of the day.
Looking to trade on the Ebola scare? Ex-trader Turney Duff offers up what he'd do—and a word of caution.
All of a sudden, during a quiet August trading afternoon, there was a momentary flash of excitement in the currency market.
Some of the names on the move ahead of the open.
With everyone distracted by Ukraine and Russia, Europe is becoming an increasing risk for markets.
Stocks are closer to the end of the correction than the beginning, Tony Dwyer of Canaccord Genuity says.
The risk of another selloff in emerging market currencies in the coming year is high, foreign exchange strategists polled by Reuters.
Ron Insana went short the stock market last week. Here's why he's hanging on to that position—and what would change his mind.
Wednesday's news cycle indicates hings are a real mess again in Europe.
Russia is making it next to impossible to anticipate this market. Now what?
Junk bonds have fallen about 3 percent since their peak, and some traders expect the broader stock market to follow suit—perhaps imminently.
Ongoing tensions between Russia and Ukraine have shifted opportunities for investors, Franklin Templeton's Katrina Dudley says.
AlphaOne's Dan Niles says the next big "disruptor" stock is RingCentral, a cloud-based phone system, with 1% penetration in a potential market of $75B.
Target lowers its outlook as the data breach hurt sales; however, there are other factors at play as well.
If you’re looking to put money to work, the current selloff may be presenting opportunity.
Check out which companies are making headlines after the bell Wednesday: FOXA, GMCR, JACK & more.
Are Target's troubles merely anomalies, or symptomatic of the economy's problems, despite strong earnings reports?
Cramer thinks there’s a problem lurking inside the market, and it could knock stocks at any given moment.
Investors seeking steady gains on innovation should look past tech buzz. When R&D productivity is measured, 'boring' stocks often lead.
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