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After a hit-or-miss year of IPOs in the technology sector, the most likely candidates to go public in 2016 probably aren't the ones you'd think.
For all the hand-wringing and nervous forecasts, the Fed's decision to raise interest rates may be sign of better things to come.
Wall Street has convinced itself that the Fed will raise rates two or at most three times next year.
Investors and analysts looking at the high yield sector have mixed views on whether junk bond weakness poses a risk to other pockets of the market.
There's a three to six month window before mortgage rates move appreciably higher, Quicken Loans CEO Bill Emerson tells CNBC.
Many investors have been dreading the prospect of an interest rate hike, but for some, it could be good news.
The Fed surprised markets by turning the first rate hike in nine years into a relatively nonevent for markets.
Investors should be moving away from "more rates-orientated strategies" now that the Fed has hiked rates, Legg Mason chief Joe Sullivan says.
The index came in at -5.9, below the expected gain of 1.0.
Hats off if you placed these "shorts" in 2015 – they were regional top performers, according to two reports this week from Markit.
"Fast Money" traders picked apart the best ways to trade the Fed's first rate hike in nearly a decade.
The "Fast Money" traders give their final trades of the day.
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The shipping giant posted $2.58 per share on $12.5 billion in revenue.
Rising rates will be bad for stocks so investors may want to move out of equities and invest more in bonds, said advisor Carolyn McClanahan.
Jim Cramer refuses to believe the notion that junk bonds are cheap right now.
Stocks steady on Fed rate hike
With the first rate rise in nine years by the Fed on Wednesday, traders turn their sights on how to trade the full hiking cycle.
High-yield bonds have cratered, but one trader appears to think the market is now overly cautious.
After regulators suspended IPOs this summer, China's offering market is open again, with 10 companies going public this week.
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