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Despite the sharp drop in futures Monday morning, many investors appear ready to hold their ground in the face of the biggest market moves in years.
Following calls for parity against the dollar just a few months ago, the single currency is now one of the few assets in the world rallying.
Some of the names on the move ahead of the open.
The pullback in stocks is hitting every kind of stock and asset class. Is there anywhere to hide out?
Investors will look for a safe haven amid the recent volatility in U.S. bonds, Mark Grant said.
The plunge in tech stocks could trickle down to the start-up market depending on how long it lasts and how extreme the drop.
Two events have occurred in the last two weeks that have added to the anxiety of traders.
Even after a horrendous week, the market is still trading at rich valuations. That may keep the bulls on the sidelines in the week ahead.
No matter what happens to the markets on Monday, there's going to be a lot of action in Apple either way.
Stocks start the week on a nervous footing, with traders looking for signals from both China and the Fed to turn the tide.
Markets started the week with more bruising losses, as China's Shanghai Composite plunged over 8 percent.
“Mad Money” host Jim Cramer is prioritizing China and its impact on US markets.
The slowdown in the world's second-largest economy is "worse than you think," short seller Jim Chanos said.
Stocks skidded Friday, on the back of weaker commodities, and appear to be heading for the biggest correction in at least the last year.
Shares of Apple, which generates about a quarter of its sales in China, tumbled nearly 4 percent as worries about the country's economy intensified.
The majority of technology index components—more than 63 percent—are trading down more than 10 percent from yearly highs.
Two popular indicators show fear is at a fairly extreme level.
As the market rout continued Friday, CNBC's Jim Cramer said this is the time for American leadership to step up.
There are 330 S&P 500 companies, or about 66 percent of the index, that are currently in correction or bear market territory.
Despite markets selloff, two portfolio managers said they believe U.S. stocks are the place to be as long as people invest wisely.