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In one of the most volatile months in recent memory, U.S. stocks are on pace to close broadly in the red along with the rest of global markets.
There's little chance the OPEC cartel and nonmember Russia could reach a deal that would result in lower oil production.
CNBC's Jim Cramer on The Bank of Japan's zero interest rate move.
Derivatives expert Mike Khouw joined CNBC Pro to discuss why every investor should use options.
2016 is proving a difficult year for European banks, as the industry grapples with nonperforming loans, rocky markets, increasing regulation and EM volatility.
When it comes to economic growth, 2016 is looking a lot like 2015 — and probably even worse.
CNBC Pro searched for the big winners and losers if the yen fades against the dollar on the Bank of Japan's negative interest rate announcement.
Debate over the 'cheap gas economic boost' question indicates just how unsure economists and investors are about the future.
Markets are on pace for their worst January since 2009, and that may be a buying opportunity, Jim McCaughan of Principal Global Investors said.
As stocks close one of the most volatile Januarys ever, traders are betting that the pain could continue through the remainder of the first quarter.
For US tech executives there was no avoiding it: China's slowing growth had a big impact on quarterly earnings.
Analysis shows short covering drove most of the stabilization in stocks, indicating any rally will likely lose steam due to lack of true buying.
Some of the names on the move ahead of the open.
The recent run in crude oil may not be enough to energize investors about the stocks it impacts most.
Using Kensho, a quant tool used by hedge funds, CNBC Pro screened for the best performing securities during recessions.
“Mad Money” host Jim Cramer’s telling investors which FANG stock is the best one to buy right now.
Jim Cramer gives a reality check to the Fed for refusing to take a March rate hike off the table.
The "Fast Money" traders give their final trades of the day as January winds down.
You don't have to be an idiot to make these mistakes — or a genius to fix them.
Markets may be volatile, and stocks off to their worst start of a year ever, but that should not influence the Fed, says Martin Feldstein.