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If the Fed puts off raising rates, one trader says high dividend-yield stocks are set to soar.
Eight big-name companies from the S&P 500 are currently trading at or near record highs, but should you sell the rip?
Jim Cramer tries to figure out why investors would sell 3 perfectly good stocks. Do investors know something he doesn't?
The "Fast Money" traders discuss what is high on their watch list.
Jim Cramer goes off the charts with the help of a technician who makes the case for lower interest rates in the next few months.
Target is about to face its toughest comparisons since new CEO Brian Cornell took the helm.
The 3-year-old start-up had a loss of $128 million and generated just $3 million in revenue last year, according to documents obtained by Gawker.
Box still sheds money, but the cloud computing company's CEO believes some New York City digs will help it grind out a profit.
There are 13 stocks in the S&P 500, including Monster Beverage and Regeneron, that have topped Google since it launched its IPO, USA Today reports.
Check out the companies making headlines after the bell Wednesday: NetApp, Solera & more.
The likelihood of an interest rate hike in September fell after Wednesday's release of the latest Fed minutes, RBS said.
Volume may have been heavier than normal, but there still wasn't enough to rally the troops significantly.
Target posted earnings that beat analysts' expectations Wednesday, and chief financial officer John Mulligan sees more growth ahead.
Technical analyst Rich Ross explains why Home Depot shares could rally another 5 percent from current levels.
Many investors are betting on continued dollar strength, but Jim Paulsen said Wednesday he's not one of them.
David Einhorn’s largest stock positions are taking another leg down in August after a rough July and tough first half.
The Federal Reserve got a little more breathing room Wednesday from the push to raise interest rates in September.
On Wednesday, CNBC's Jim Cramer stuck to his position that a September interest rate hike is a bad idea due to a still weak recovery.
The news in the commodities business is not showing any signs of improving following Glencore's report of a first-half loss.
Ed Yardeni explains why markets will shrug off the likely Fed rate hike and continue to rally.