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Respondents to the CNBC Fed Survey continue to look for the Fed's first rate hike in nine years to take place in the third quarter.
Technical analyst Andrew Keene highlights a clever strategy for investors to profit if rates go higher, lower or nowhere at all.
Technical analyst Todd Gordon says the charts are painting a grim picture for the future of Twitter and he explains why the stock could hit $28.
Traders are so fed up with Greece's debt drama they don't want to talk about it anymore and have run out of things to say.
The Federal Reserve is likely to keep a September rate hike on the table, but the central bank will likely only move once this year, in December, Jim Caron tells CNBC.
Jim Cramer gives a lesson on how the heck Greece is related to Rite Aid, and how to profit from it.
The "Fast Money" traders give their final trades of the day.
One of the "dirty little secrets" is that interest rates can rise well ahead of the time that the Fed decides to nudge them higher.
Jim Cramer issues an official warning regarding Twitter stock, as it could be in much more trouble than you thought.
Wall Street believes the Fed is likely to start raising interest rates in September—unless financial markets turn violent enough to derail it.
An increasing oil supply will cause a pullback in the short run, Sadiq S. Adatia, Sun Life Global Investments' chief investment officer, told CNBC on Monday.
Investors chasing easy money trades in Europe may be missing an opportunity in U.S. stocks, Brian Belski tells CNBC.
While the dollar rally is losing steam, it will continue to be a headwind for emerging market stocks, an EM analyst said.
Angel investor Jason Calacanis wants Wall Street to stop expecting Twitter's growth to match that of Facebook's, he said in a CNBC interview Monday.
The market knew it would be ugly. Now, it's clear just how much havoc the strong dollar is wreaking on corporate America.
CNBC's Jim Cramer talks about Twitter's lack of a plan and why that is a problem.
Cigna rejected a takeover approach from larger health insurer Anthem as health-care consolidation continues, Dow Jones reported.
"Fast Money" traders discussed how to play Twitter's business strategy as CEO Dick Costolo prepares to step down.
Mergers are fairly rare in the home building space because builders mostly want land and do not want to pay a premium for operations.
Factory activity in New York contracted in June, as manufacturers were held back by a strong dollar and investment cutbacks by oil and gas drillers.