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As this week’s earnings continue for the big box retailers, one trader is betting that Wal-Mart could surprise analysts.
Economists at the investment bank said the election reinforces their view that the Fed will raise rates three times next year.
"In times like this ... the most important thing for clients to remember is to stick to a long-term plan," JPMorgan's Stephen Parker says.
Some market watchers don't believe a new record high is in sight until 2017.
Fixed income and equity markets "are following completely different narratives," one economist says.
The NYSE will play host to what might be the most unusual IPO of the year: Innovative Industrial Properties.
The "Fast Money" traders share their first moves for the market open.
Jim Cramer takes a hard look at the airline industry, and issues one reminder for investors looking at Warren Buffett’s recent moves.
Jim Cramer goes off the charts to figure out what direction the price of natural gas is headed in.
The "Fast Money" traders explored trades in the consumer spaces of fast food and retail on Tuesday.
Todd Gordon of TradingAnalysis.com sees a bond breakdown coming to an end.
Chanos estimated the $1 trillion long-short hedge fund industry lost $40 billion being long Valeant.
On the heels of a turbulent market out of the election, Lindsey Group's Peter Boockvar sees a key theme for 2017.
Internet, health & personal care, home improvement, auto sales, and restaurant & bars all continued to see strong sales.
If the president-elect plans aggressive spending, there's one group he'll have to get through first. And it's not Democrats or Republicans.
Markets are dying for sustainability and predictability, Gary Cohn, Goldman Sachs president and chief operating officer, told CNBC.
Strategist Jim Paulsen on Tuesday told clients to consider rotating out of "safe haven" assets as a way to play rising bond yields.
Using hedge fund analytics tool Kensho, we analyzed what happens to the Dow during times of GDP growth, rising inflation and higher yields.
Even as the retailer reiterated its confidence in internal initiatives and a robust economy, investors weren't impressed.
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