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JPMorgan CEO Jamie Dimon weighs in on the market sell-off this year and what could be next for stocks.
The rapid tumble in the stock market has brought with it a correspondingly quick slide in interest rate expectations for 2016.
The Fed might have to add more liquidity into the economy, CNBC's Jim Cramer says.
For investors who have grown frustrated with trying to time a rebound in oil prices, here's an idea: Forget about oil entirely.
Using Kensho, a quant tool used by hedge funds, CNBC Pro analyzed the increasing influence of oil on the market's direction.
Investors are on edge about their oil- and gas-related stocks. But there's another part of the energy market that shouldn't be overlooked.
Some of the names on the move ahead of the open.
Jim Cramer says there is really only one way to invest in this income-starved and volatile market.
Equity strategists at two major investment banks told clients Tuesday that the stock market is pricing in a high risk of a recession.
Look for the S&P 500 to fall another 7 percent, warns Oppenheimer's technical analyst.
Jim Cramer knows sometimes he can be wrong. But this time he is calling out the market for being very wrong about these stocks.
The "Fast Money" traders give their final trades of the day.
Bankrate has found Fed rate hikes are fueling concerns about family budgets and the economy.
Janus Global's bond guru, Bill Gross, gives his take on the Fed and finding safety plays in this market.
Jim Cramer goes off the charts with a technician who interpreted a vicious correction for the S&P could be coming.
The markets welcomed 2016 with nonstop volatility, but this strategist forecasts stability ahead for the second half of the year.
Despite an overwhelmingly bearish picture for the oil market, Societe Generale's Mike Wittner says we could see crude above $40 by the end of this year.
BofA says asset managers have cut their S&P 500 position to a "record low."
Check out the companies making headlines after the bell Tuesday: NFLX, IBM, WSM and more.
"If corporations start to pull back ... we could slip into a recession," UBS' Art Cashin told CNBC.