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The Federal Reserve just sent a message to markets — interest rates may be going up even faster than you think.
The first ETF to invest in marijuana stocks has launched in Canada, but there's plenty of reason for investors to be high on skepticism.
Three charts explain why it's not inflation that's coming, it's deflation, says Michael Pento.
The latest dip in Valeant shares came after reports surfaced that the firm was having a difficult time selling one of its divisions.
The music streaming company has been valued at $8 billion by investors, NYT reports.
Jefferies says Under Armour's social media mentions bottomed in Nov. 2016 at down 18 percent and are now showing positive growth this year.
Wall Street sees Tesla, not classic companies like Ford, as the future of cars, Vox reports.
Some analysts believe Wal-Mart has missed out on opportunities to be as expansive as Amazon.
Shares of Greenbrier Companies rose Wednesday after the company reported earnings that beat expectations.
KBW says large banks will be able to return more capital to shareholders in coming years.
The "Fast Money" traders discuss airline stocks as the sector continues on a descent while the rest of the market records gains.
Bond yields have sunk lately, which could suggest trepidation about the U.S. economy.
One trader sees Amazon blasting off to even more record highs.
Job growth, the service sector economy and what the Fed talked about at its last meeting are all big for markets Wednesday.
A daily look at the morning's key financial stories.
Some of the names on the move ahead of the open.
After a backlash on Twitter, Pepsi pulled an ad featuring Kendall Jenner handing a can of soda to a police officer at a demonstration.
Jim Cramer explains how not to get caught up in the "shoulda, coulda, woulda" of investing.
Jim Cramer got technical with oil prices to gauge crude's next moves.
The Atlanta-based company said adjusted earnings for its fiscal second quarter totaled $1.77 per share, below a consensus estimate of $1.82.
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