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Jim Cramer was completely surprised when he saw what stocks are actually rallying from the spiking price of crude.
CNBC Pro searched for the big winners and losers if the euro fades against the U.S. dollar on the ECB's big hints of further stimulus.
Veteran technician Ralph Acampora explains why the complacency in the stock market this last year reminds him of the tech bubble.
Recession talk has been circling the stock market during its rapid decline, but those concerns could be allayed.
Jim Cramer explained why the rocky history of black gold could make it more likely that it heads to $10 very soon.
The "Fast Money" traders give their final trades of the day.
Getting an IRA going isn't as hard as you think. Here's how to get started.
Less than a week ahead for the FOMC, and this CEO says banks are ready for low interest rates.
Jim Cramer shares a lesson of when chronic negativity can be a good thing, especially for this stock.
This is one tough, nasty, skeptical market.
Earnings per share, excluding certain items, came in at $1.23 on $8.39 billion in revenue.
Check out the companies making headlines after the bell Thursday: Boeing, Starbucks, American Express, Valero and more.
Do rate hikes stoke extreme market fear, or are they just "pushing on a string?"
The market sell-off lowered valuations for a group of stocks, posing potential buying opportunities.
CNBC Pro searched for who could be the big winners and losers if crude rebounds significantly.
Stock markets have been bouncing up right at 2:30 p.m., marking a notable reversal from the big declines of the day.
CNBC "Halftime Report" trader Jon Najarian purchased beer and gun stocks on Thursday for his model portfolio.
Despite Thursday gains, the start to the year has been historically horrible.
The European Central Bank's president said that more stimulus may be required to jump-start the European economy.
"We have a ways to go" before oil bottoms, closely followed analyst John Kilduff tells CNBC, pointing to new wrinkles to the bearish market.