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Tech issue forces NYSE to halt trading for hours.
CNBC Contributor Dan Nathan explains a flurry of bullish bets on Alcoa ahead of earnings.
Mistakes made dealing with the 2010 European debt crisis are coming home to roost in the current Greek drama, Harvard economist Ken Rogoff tells CNBC.
Half of the entire Chinese stock market has been frozen a day or so after China announced major restrictions on trading.
Supermarket operator Albertsons has filed for an initial public offering of stock, according to a filing Wednesday.
CNBC's Jim Cramer explains what the U.S. main problem with the Chinese market is amid its selloff.
"Fast Money" traders discussed how to play oil stocks as the commodity's price continues to fall.
The "Fast Money" traders give their final trades of the day.
CDs come in all types. Here is a list to help you find the one to suit your financial needs.
Jim Cramer goes over all the signals in the market that a recession is coming and says these three things could tip us over the edge.
Jim Cramer goes off the charts to find out what caused the massive plummet in oil prices. Wild ride ahead?
Despite the recent rout in oil, don't expect U.S. shale companies to start cutting capital spending or jobs, analyst Mike Kelly said.
Elevation Partners' Roger McNamee explains why the tech sector seems to be declining.
A sudden oil price downturn puts drillers with weak balance sheets in a tough position ahead of a critical test of their health.
A nearly 30 percent fall in Chinese stock prices undercut the notion that China would drive an upside oil surprise, Tamar Essner told CNBC.
Technician Carter Worth identifies three stocks that could help you protect your portfolio amid the increased market volatility.
As the companies prepare to go their separate ways for the first time in 13 years, investors are split over the growth and value options.
Stocks will remain rangebound for several months because second quarter earnings will likely come in relatively weak, Ed Keon told CNBC.
Shake Shack has lost the typically uber-bullish crowd that is Wall Street analysts, and it just got worse Tuesday.
A record amount of money surged into digital health start-ups last year, and in 2015, the capital continues to rush into these private companies.