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Some of the names on the move ahead of the open.
A relentless sell-off in crude oil prices this week could be setting up a potential buying opportunity, if history is any guide.
Pressure on global corporate credit ratings is at the worst level since the financial crisis, Standard & Poor's has warned.
"Mad Money" host Jim Cramer on why a trading bounce doesn’t mean there’s real relief headed our way.
The "Fast Money" traders give their final trades of the day.
There's growing evidence that Saudi Arabia's attempt to flood the crude market is not working, American oil billionaire Harold Hamm tells CNBC.
"We think that the market generally underestimates how profitable search is," Oakmark portfolio manager Bill Nygren told CNBC.
Check out the companies making headlines after the bell Tuesday: MetLife, Yum Brands, Exxon Mobile and more.
Earnings forecast may be dim, but these five stocks are winners, says Goldman Sachs' David Kostin.
Pete Najarian shares his 2016 Halftime Report Portfolio Challenge stock picks.
The world is awash in oil, and the glut shows no signs of letting up.
The consumer discretionary sector, which was the best performer in 2015, is down over 4 percent this year. One trader's big bet the pain will continue.
Dennis Gartman says the mid $30s could be the new norm for oil.
As earnings season gets underway, a group of stocks could be poised to move higher, if history is any guide.
With stocks last week getting off to their worst ever start to a new year, investors should know the risks of ETFs, says AB's Peter Kraus.
"The Saudis have a definitive game-plan to wipe out U.S. production," CNBC's Jim Cramer says.
Check out Prothena CEO Dale Schenk's revealing update on the state of the company's pipeline and its prospects.
You may think you know what you pay in 401(k) fees, but think again. Here's how to tell, and how much you can save.
"Mad Money" host Jim Cramer takes a long look at Wall Street and finds how China, energy and a global slowdown have made this stock untouchable.
Using Kensho, a quant tool used by hedge funds, CNBC Pro searched for the best and worst performing names when copper prices plunge.