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The good news first: it's likely getting better. Of course, that comes as big banks try to rebound from the bad news: it's been the worst start to a year, on a number of metrics, since the global financial crisis.
The turbulence in the market could be mitigated by investing in small-cap stocks, according to money manager Craig Hodges.
Central banks have embarked on an experiment that is now going haywire and gold and silver will be the last currencies standing, says market analyst Peter Boockvar.
Some of the names on the move ahead of the open.
Jim Cramer knows a solid growth story is hard to come by. When he finds one, he hangs on for the ride.
Jim Cramer opened up the lesson book and shared his top blunders made on Wall Street.
Deutsche Bank nosedived more than 5.8 percent and traded earlier at an all-time low of $12.50, dating back to 2001.
At a time when markets in advanced economies are struggling for gains, investors can look here for stability, Amer Bisat says.
People complaining about how risky the stock market is ought to take a look at the so-called safety of today's bond market.
If you missed gold’s recent rally, fear not, because one savvy trader is betting more than $6 million that the bullion breakout is far from over.
Legendary investor Byron Wien believes policymakers are playing with fire and may be running out of options, should a recession arise.
Why the best could still be ahead for the market's best-performing sector.
The strong demand for Tesla's new car might be bad news for gross margins, according to Pacific Crest.
A new bull market in gold is setting in as financial risks abound, VanEck's Joe Foster said Wednesday.
Nortek's stock spiked nearly 40 percent after entering a $2.8 billion merger deal with Melrose Industries.
Gold and gold miners stocks surged as uncertainty following the UK's vote to leave the EU led investors to buy safer assets.
These are the stocks to buy for the second half of the year, according to Goldman Sachs.
These volatile times have been a boon for super-safe bonds, and that’s good news for borrowers.
Bulls who hope for lower yields so that stocks look even better in comparison better rethink their wishes.
A flurry of IPO filings at the end of last week brought the June total to 17, signaling a turnaround in the IPO market, Bob Pisani reports.