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Some of the names on the move ahead of the open.
CNBC Pro did quantitative analysis and asked market experts on what to trade off Caterpillar slashing guidance.
According to some traders, the hot consumer discretionary sector is showing signs of strain.
Market watchers are looking for normalization, and the Fed disappointed by failing to deliver on a rate increase, Karyn Cavanaugh said.
The post-financial crisis regulatory push has fueled a wave of contingent convertible or "CoCo" bonds, but do either investors or issuers really understand the risks?
Markets remain shaky this week, and CNBC "Fast Money" traders looked for stocks that provide long-term stability.
The "Fast Money" traders give their final trades of the day.
Paying for emergencies with retirement savings can hurt you. Who does that?
Jim Cramer speaks to the CEO of TaskRabbit, a company that is changing the way tasks are done nationwide.
When fears are high about market liquidity comes a significant shift in the primary players in the corporate bond market.
Jim Cramer sat down with Theranos CEO on her path from college dropout, to changing the face of medicine.
Jim Cramer highlights the private company Postmates, with a delivery service that could give Amazon a run for its money.
Another lackluster trading session
Check out the companies making headlines after the bell Wednesday: Steelcase, Boeing & more.
Tom Lee, Fundstrat Global Advisors, said on Wednesday that markets will be stuck in a middle zone until investors get clarity from the Fed and beyond.
Todd Gordon of TradingAnalysis.com tells why emerging markets could continue to fall in the coming months.
The Brazilian real hit an all-time low Wednesday, and according to one currency strategist, there's no telling when the fall will end.
Some biotech stocks may be poised to rise in the days ahead as technical traders step in to buy oversold names in the space.
Too many millennials are saving much less than they should for retirement. Here are the targets they need to hit.
There has been precious little buying interest since the three-day drop in the markets from Aug. 21 to 25.