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“Mad Money” host Jim Cramer will be watching two reports like a hawk next week.
The chances of another sharp fall in the price of oil is rapidly receding, according to a notable European commodity analyst.
Five of the 50 companies on CNBC's 2014 disruptor list have gone public or been acquired—half the number that graduated from our 2013 list.
Traders are cheering data that suggest the Fed will put off a rate hike until September, economist Maury Harris says.
Top U.S. bank execs are working to push back against "banks are bad" election rhetoric, The Wall Street Journal reports.
Alibaba has reached a 9.2 percent stake in U.S. online retailer Zulily, after sweeping up shares at rock-bottom prices last week.
Fiat Chrysler Chief Executive Sergio Marchionne said he had visited the heads of Tesla Motors and Apple during a recent trip to California.
Noble Energy will buy Rosetta Resources, giving it entry into the Eagle Ford Shale field and the Texas Permian Basin oil and gas region.
History shows stocks tend to move contrary to Fed chair warnings.
The "Fast Money" traders give their final trades of the day.
Jim Cramer speaks to the CEO of Brunswick Corporation. Are the waters getting too high, or is it time to set sail with the stock?
Troubling coincidence. Disney, Facebook and Apple all lower post earnings, with CNBC's Melissa Lee and the Options Action traders.
Jim Cramer questions his entire stock methodology, thanks to Whole Foods. A great place to shop, but should we love the stock?
Missed the rally? Catching up to stocks, with CNBC's Melissa Lee and the Options Action traders.
Portfolio manager Gene Peroni explains why he thinks the Dow can hit 20,000 by the end of the year.
Stocks pop after jobs data
Technical analyst Andrew Keene says the Nasdaq 100 could be on the brink of a selloff. And he has the charts to prove it.
The economy is going to pick up steam, and the front end of the yield curve is looking vulnerable, Mark Kiesel tells CNBC.
Currency investors around the world were wiped out in January when the Swiss franc soared, but one investor has made a fortune from the aftermath.
Republicans and Democrats may not agree on much, but when it comes to investing, they both love financial stocks and are dumping technology.