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A large number of stocks in the S&P 500 are already trading in correction territory. Is this a buying opportunity?
Some of the names on the move ahead of the open.
The solid jobs growth for last month gives the Fed little reason not to raise interest rates next months, market watchers tell CNBC.
David Stockman explains why the global economy is entering an era of "epochal deflation." Expects a steep stock market crash.
Jim Cramer explains why Disney is different from all of the other media stocks, and why it could bounce.
McDonald's said on Thursday it laid off in July 135 employees at its U.S. headquarters and 90 employees posted overseas as part of a restructuring.
The "Fast Money" traders give their final trades of the day.
If you spend a lot of money supporting someone else, you might come up short when you need money yourself.
Jim Cramer spoke to the CEO of Allergan fresh off its quarterly earnings. Did the stock deserve its beating it got?
Amid investor concerns that China could hold back Apple's growth, executive Eddy Cue said the company is gathering momentum there.
Timing is not to be overlooked even when buying these stocks on the dip, according to one chief investment officer.
Check out the companies making headlines after the bell Thursday: Noodles, Nvidia, Sprouts & more.
Bojangles' earnings and same-store sales edged above expectations on Thursday.
Media stocks are getting crushed this week, but some investors are pulling bargains out of the wreckage.
CNBC's Jim Cramer discusses why Fitbit's stock sank despite a beat on the top and bottom line on Wednesday.
Wall Street gave up on Keurig Green Mountain with many analysts slashing price targets nearly in half as the company reported disappointing results.
Tweet CNBC at #buythedip with your pick of which of these eight stocks in correction territory you think offers the biggest buying opportunity.
No fundamental problems have driven Apple's recent weakness—and investors have a cheap entry point, one Apple investor said.
With Tesla shares tumbling once again on production troubles, analyst Ivan Feinseth explains why waiting might be the best strategy.
Michael Kors on Thursday reported what one analyst referred to as "better-than-feared" results.