The "Fast Money" traders looked in the energy sector as oil rallied on the back of a OPEC production limit agreement on Wednesday. » Read More
Bob Pisani explains how bad it's getting for active managers versus index funds, and how the regular trader can play it.
Energy stocks with Colorado oil and gas exposure are rallying following news anti-frackers failed in a ballot effort.
Financial stocks led the market higher as investors weighed the possibility of an impending interest rate hike.
Jim Cramer said Monday price adjustments from EpiPen's owner Mylan can be attributed to the rise of vocal social media platforms such as Twitter.
A Fed rate hike later this year, hinted at last week in Jackson Hole, could cause a rush of money into small-cap stocks, says S&P's Sam Stovall.
Positive economic data and easing credit conditions have been catalysts for small-cap stock outperformance in the past, said the Fundstrat co-founder.
Shares of Caesars Entertainment dropped sharply after a U.S. Bankruptcy Court ruled Friday the firm cannot protect itself from bondholder lawsuits.
These three sectors may be impacted most by the election, according to one economist.
The run-up in T-Mobile this year may be the beginning of a longer rally, Wells Fargo says, upgrading the stock to outperform.
Bank of America Merrill Lynch sees markets swinging to a big supply deficit next year as demand remains robust, said Francisco Blanch.
Fears that the tech sector is entering another bubble have been dismissed by analysts interviewed by CNBC
Some of the names on the move ahead of the open.
CNBC senior markets commentator Mike Santoli looks at the history of risk-adjusted returns to estimate what investors should reasonably expect from this bull market from here.
Dennis Gartman, Editor & Publisher of "The Gartman Letter" is perplexed by the current relationship between bonds & gold. He discusses his trade.
Victor Anthony of Axiom Capital initiates coverage of Netflix with a rare sell rating Monday. Here's why.
The Fed could pull the rug out from under investors who are overlooking signs an interest rate hike is coming, economist Carl Tannenbaum says.
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