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A crude bull run, as oil bounces up 20 percent from its lows. Is now the time to bet on the crude rally? With CNBC's Melissa Lee and the Options Action traders.
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Paul Sankey of Wolfe Research, gives his best oil plays and predicts 100 dollar oil by 2017 or 2018.
Why the release of the Apple Watch could send the company's shares to a new all-time high.
RBC Markets revised its earnings growth estimates for Internet stocks lower on Thursday, citing the strong U.S. dollar as the biggest headwind.
European investors have thrown their weight behind Jamie Dimon's warning of the risks that reduced liquidity was having on global asset markets.
The most bullish strategist on Wall Street says the S&P 500 could climb 12 percent by year-end.
Options traders are making bearish bets on Ford ahead of earnings.
Master technician Louise Yamada explains why the chart of crude oil has reached a key technical level.
Some of the names on the move ahead of the open.
The oil service sector just enjoyed a "very important breakout," says Evercore ISI's head technician. Here's why major upside could be ahead.
A strong dollar and weak U.S. earnings growth are creating headwinds, but investors can still squeeze out positive returns, analysts tell CNBC.
In a market looking for news, the dollar could be the story of the day Friday.
“Mad Money” host Jim Cramer turns your attention to a social star that may be ready to roar.
Are you ready for the trading sprint that is earnings season? Goldman Sachs is.
Jim Cramer has officially added one more destructive CEO to the "Mad Money" wall of shame. Yikes!
The "Fast Money" traders give their final trades of the day.
It's not easy to save and invest for retirement at age 20, but you should do it. Here's how.
Jim Cramer investigates why this solar stock is roaring, while the rest of the energy group has been plummeting. Time to get in?
About 98 percent of domestic violence cases include financial abuse, Allstate's John Rugel told CNBC.