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Check out the companies making headlines after the bell Monday: Lululemon Athletica, Allergan, Swift Transportation & more.
A group of widely owned stocks may be at risk of taking a hit as investors unwind their exposure to equities amid increased volatility in 2016.
Virtual and augmented reality is posed to disrupt a range of industries in 2016. Here are some of the companies investing in this new trend.
Lower crude prices are helping lift much of the U.S. economy, but oil-producing regions are getting clobbered.
In a rough year for hedge funds, Viking Global topped market benchmarks in 2015.
Despite a declining stock and warnings from suppliers, analysts still expect solid earnings from Apple when it reports after the bell Tuesday.
If early returns hold, 2016 is shaping up as another year where the bond market's demise has been greatly exaggerated.
Closely watched market strategist Jim Paulsen tells CNBC he's more optimistic on stocks, but wary about whether the market has bottomed.
CNBC Pro used Kensho, a quantitative analytics tool used by hedge funds, to find the most oversold stocks to buy based on historical statistics.
Citi's chief U.S. equity strategist tells CNBC the relationship between crude and stocks is unwarranted.
CNBC senior markets commentator Michael Santoli makes three observations about the market that are essential reading to start your investing week.
Jim Cramer sees a war between the fundamentals and stock prices, and warned that investors may not yet be out of the woods.
Businesses were more likely to boost pay in the fourth quarter even as sales growth flattened and economic expectations fell.
The former Clinton administration treasury secretary also warned there's a danger of overreacting to market weakness.
Oil remains fundamentally oversupplied and may not be able to hold above $30 per barrel, Kevin Book says.
CNBC's Bob Pisani answers five of the most commonly asked questions about exchange-traded funds.
Out of 18 stocks that hit new 52-week lows on Thursday and Friday, 14 were financial companies.
Former OMB Director David Stockman explains why the U.S. is heading into a full blown recession that will result in a collapse in equities.
The "Fast Money" traders give their final trades of the day.
These old paper stock certificates are both investing documents and works of art.