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Shares of Herbalife started the week more than 2 percent higher after government probes reportedly cleared the company.
Japanese stocks are starting the month off strong. And according to one technician, the rally isn't over yet.
January was a month to forget for investors due to a synchronized sell-off in stocks around the world. But as February comes around, the market's uptrend may resume.
Sentiment on Wall Street has gotten so bad that it's good, at least according to one indicator with a high degree of accuracy.
Net profit at Swiss bank Julius Baer under IFRS accounting standards fell by two thirds in 2015.
Oil prices are set to rally in the second half to $85 a barrel, according to Cornerstone Analytics president Michael Rothman.
The U.S. economy may have an industrial-sized problem.
Oil prices are pushing stocks lower as investors look to move on from a dismal January, CNBC's Jim Cramer says.
Brian Abrahams of Jefferies, who has one of the best track records on Wall Street, just upgraded a biotech stock.
Morgan Creek's Mark Yusko says "a lot of companies" are going to go bankrupt because of oil debt.
Four of the top five most popular ETFs in January were Treasury bond funds, a sign of investor fear that hasn't been recorded since 2003.
Some of the names on the move ahead of the open.
U.S. stocks suffered their worst January in at least seven years last month. But have markets been too hasty to call a global economic slump?
As a rough January for stocks comes to an end, BMO Private Bank's CIO Jack Ablin sees a few reasons to be optimistic.
The "Fast Money" traders reveal their final trades of the day.
Follow this 5-point strategy to protect your career in the wake of work upheaval.
Jim Cramer shares his shopping list of stocks to buy for the next time the market sells off, which could be right around the corner.
Jim Cramer uncovers the real reason Boeing lowered its guidance and what this could mean for the entire aerospace sector.
While many blamed the push in oil prices on speculators a few years ago, this broker explains why it's different in a low-price environment.
An analyst says investors should expect dividend cuts after Chevron reported a quarterly loss for the first time since 2002.