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The euro saw its biggest one-day reversal in history, and here's why.
Jim Cramer unveils his hot list of stocks that won't be taken down by Greece or interest rates.
John Mauldin wouldn't trade the Chinese stock market right now, but he's bullish on its long-term prospects. Here's why.
There will be a ripple effect in the muni bond market, Alexandra Lebenthal said. Will there be contagion?
The rate hike by the Fed has been well telegraphed and is not expected to catch the markets off guard the way Ben Bernanke did in 2013.
Check out the companies making headlines after the bell Monday: Juno, Apollo Education & more.
The major Wall Street firm predicts the next 12 months will be marked by muted returns, advising clients to turn to certain sectors for growth.
Two words will frame the path ahead: "data dependent." If history holds, the phrase is more campaign slogan than policy standard.
Deutsche Bank analyst Paul Trussell downgraded Macy's, citing "low confidence that the company can bust out of its same-stores sales rut."
Technical analyst Carter Worth explains why the utilities sector could be poised to rally 4 to 5 percent in the near term.
As Puerto Rico struggles to pay off its $72 billion in debt, uncertainty on the island is hitting shares of bond insurers.
Technical analyst Ari Wald explains why a breakout in the Russell 2000 tends to be followed by an above average performance in the S&P 500.
CNBC's Jim Cramer explains why Deutsche Bank's downgrade is "shocking."
Greece, China, Puerto Rico...Oh my. What's a trader to do when a sleepy year turns into a really volatile one?
If Greece leaves the euro, this will be a rolling crisis, not one that ends next Monday.
“Mad Money” host Jim Cramer is warning you, don’t take action on these stocks too early!
Some of the names on the move ahead of the open.
After contending with port strikes, a long winter and the impact of a stronger dollar, retailers are hoping to move past the noise.
A Fed rate hike will be “very much in play” at the central bank’s September meeting if the recent strengthening of the U.S. economy continues.
Companies are still choosing to focus on boosting share price rather than make longer-term investments.