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On Thursday, social media company Twitter dropped below its IPO price of $26. The intraday low was $25.94 a share.
These three names really don't care what the overall market is doing.
Commodities, emerging markets, and the dollar are all reminding Wall Street of 1998, but just how similar is today's situation?
American Eagle shares continued to slide on Thursday, though analysts were quick to call the selloff overdone.
A growing consensus of market experts believes the Fed will increase rates in September. Traders in fed futures, though, tell a different story.
CNBC's Jim Cramer explains why investors should watch THIS stock in Thursday trading.
As vicious as it's already been, the oil-price collapse probably ain't over just yet.
Traders are worried collateral damage from global market weakness, including a high yield debt fallout and selloff even in better performing sectors.
Oil's bear market will end once several bankruptcies hit and acquisitions occur, Dennis Gartman said Wednesday.
Some of the names on the move ahead of the open.
“Mad Money” host Jim Cramer’s going against the grain when it comes to the commodity.
Despite pressure from global markets and collapsing commodities, one trader says the S&P is still on track to break to new highs.
If the Fed puts off raising rates, one trader says high dividend-yield stocks are set to soar.
Eight big-name companies from the S&P 500 are currently trading at or near record highs, but should you sell the rip?
Jim Cramer tries to figure out why investors would sell 3 perfectly good stocks. Do investors know something he doesn't?
The "Fast Money" traders discuss what is high on their watch list.
Jim Cramer goes off the charts with the help of a technician who makes the case for lower interest rates in the next few months.
Target is about to face its toughest comparisons since new CEO Brian Cornell took the helm.
The 3-year-old start-up had a loss of $128 million and generated just $3 million in revenue last year, according to documents obtained by Gawker.
Box still sheds money, but the cloud computing company's CEO believes some New York City digs will help it grind out a profit.