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The "Fast Money" traders debated which securities were best for near-term protection ahead of the vote in the U.K.
The UK’s possible exit from the European Union is much publicized, but Jim Cramer reveals one thing that might surprise you.
Jim Cramer says the government has caused too much supply in the market, which will result in bad news for stocks with no end in sight.
Wall Street is battening down the hatches as Britons head to the polls to vote on whether to leave or remain in the EU.
The market is overvalued and it's only a matter of time before the Dow Jones industrial average drops about 30 percent, Ken Moraif says.
Check out the companies making headlines after the bell Wednesday: Barnes & Noble, Bed Bath & Beyond, Best Buy and more.
Tesla's bid for SolarCity sent the electric carmarker's shares down, but two experts explain why the deal would work.
Biotech stocks rallied after a government report said that Medicare cost-cutting measures will not be triggered this year.
Shares of FedEx fell by almost 4 percent, pushed down by a quarterly loss.
The fear of Britain leaving the European Union is looming, but don't worry, says Scott Wren of the Wells Fargo Investment Institute.
JPMorgan Private Bank's Stephen Parker says the "sell in May and go away" theory is a flawed concept this summer.
The future for solar energy has never looked brighter and Tesla has just made a play to be a major factor in that equation by acquiring SolarCity.
U.S. companies bought their own stock at a record pace, but the buyback tidal wave did little to lift the stock market, new data show.
Winnebago's stock spiked nearly 5 percent after announcing its third-quarter fiscal report.
Shares of Actuant plummeted more than 7 percent after the company released its fiscal third-quarter earnings.
SolarCity soared more than 8 percent on Wednesday after Tesla Motors made a $2.8 billion offer to buy the clean energy provider.
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