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Aetna reported earnings on Monday that beat the Street's estimates and its CEO says its 2016 projections are appropriate.
More than 70 percent of reports this earnings season have exceeded analysts' estimates, setting up a potential winning trade among a group of stocks.
Jim Cramer goes off the charts with Carley Garner to find out when the insane linkage between oil and the direction of stocks will finally break.
Jim Cramer weighs in on the connection that the Fed has to the destiny of presidential elections.
Evercore ISI's Doug Terreson expects all oil majors to do a big deal, starting in the first half of this year.
Check out the companies making headlines after the bell Monday: Google, LinkedIn, Mattel, AIG and more.
Everyone is scared of the market, according to sentiment surveys. For true contrarians it may be time to buy the most hated stocks.
Monetary policy in the U.S. will be tighter even if the Fed does not raise interest rates this year, Art Cashin of UBS says.
Shares of Herbalife started the week more than 2 percent higher after government probes reportedly cleared the company.
Japanese stocks are starting the month off strong. And according to one technician, the rally isn't over yet.
January was a month to forget for investors due to a synchronized sell-off in stocks around the world. But as February comes around, the market's uptrend may resume.
Sentiment on Wall Street has gotten so bad that it's good, at least according to one indicator with a high degree of accuracy.
Net profit at Swiss bank Julius Baer under IFRS accounting standards fell by two thirds in 2015.
Oil prices are set to rally in the second half to $85 a barrel, according to Cornerstone Analytics president Michael Rothman.
The U.S. economy may have an industrial-sized problem.
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