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If you think investor appetite for bonds is a sign we're looking at lost decade here in the US - think again!
The S&P can't remain stuck between 1115 and 1130 forever. Are stocks trying to break higher or are they about to tumble?
Widely followed technical analyst Carter Worth explains why the S&P looks like it wants to climb about 2% higher.
The "Fast Money" traders don't think the Bank of Japan's intervention will be long-lasting, but they do have ideas on how to play it.
After a number of safety incidents across the energy space, Gregory Boyce said it's likely there will be new regulation for mining, but it will cost companies.
With Cisco announcing a dividend, will other cash rich tech titans (such as Apple) feel compelled to do the same?
In an exclusive, CNBC's Melissa Lee sits down one-on-one with Jim Simons, the hedge fund legend behind Renaissance Technologies.
Despite being the worst month historically for stocks – this September has been anything but bearish. Did seasonal weakness come early this year?
Options trader Jon Najarian has a potential takeover candidate on his radar after spotting some unusual activity in the financials Friday.
With the S&P struggling around 1100 are the bulls out of ammo? Or will they come out with guns blazing next week?
Is the market nearing the upper end of its range and about to turn lower? Or is this time different?
NASDAQ’s Market Intelligence Desk explains why it's expecting low volumes in the foreseen future.
The UBS analyst who downgraded Intel explains his action and what the stock needs to turnaround.
Why are semiconductor stocks performing well when PC demand is weak? Is it a signal that tech wants to lead the market higher?
Commodities investor Dennis Gartman explains why he thinks the precious metal is bound to push higher.
New reports are raising doubts about the health of Europe's banking sector, again. Should you assume our rally is over?
The famed money manager explains what he thinks is the best way to trade this market.
With the S&P climbing about 5% in only 3 days, can the bulls continue to drive this market higher?
With two catalysts pushing oil stocks lower Thursday, the traders looked at how you should play the space.
Is sideways market a negative sign ahead of the jobs report? Or is it bullish that we're holding gains?