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The CNBC Rapid Update shows a sharp decline in the outlook for first quarter GDP from a high of 2.3 percent to just 0.6 percent.
CNBC's Michael Santoli breaks down the coming earnings season and provides ways the bull market can resume when the profit reports start rolling out.
Stocks around the world are now battling against a major level of resistance, according to technical analyst Dana Lyons.
CNBC Pro finds the most oversold stocks to buy and overbought names to sell, based on historical statistics from analytics tool Kensho.
Some of the names on the move ahead of the open.
It is only April, but some on Wall Street are already predicting a rotten 2016 for U.S. banks.
The price of U.S. crude should hit $85 per barrel by the end of 2016, analyst Mike Rothman tells CNBC.
Jim Cramer would consider buying this stock before it reports among any other earnings prospects next week.
Jim Cramer dished out his tricks of the trade, starting with how to best prepare for a market-wide correction.
Value investor Mario Gabelli says he would support a buyout of Yahoo's core internet media and search business by Verizon.
You can argue oil may be decoupling from the markets. Maybe. But the usual suspects that would benefit from a weak dollar are all up.
There's a big difference between what the VIX does ahead of Q1 earnings and what it does as the actual results emerge.
One trader is betting GLD, the gold ETF, has more room to run.
Strategist Jim Paulsen sees two economic scenarios for this year, both involving Fed rate hikes.
Billionaire investors have been on the wrong end of some pretty big recent stock trades. It's a list that even includes Warren Buffett.
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