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Cyclical patterns could point to a market top that may be behind us as we move into 2016, said Peter Eliades, technician and analyst.
After Yahoo and IBM posted earnings misses, three other tech giants hit it out of the park. What are they doing right?
Political and social crises are hampering Europe's recovery. And even though they may have risen separately, they're increasingly interlinked.
It's time to take advantage of some serious underperformance, one trader says.
Lululemon has been a sheer disappointment to investors, but one trader claims a turnaround could soon be afoot.
U.S. companies not only are issuing more debt than ever, they're also extending it to duration never seen before.
Stephanie Link, whose CNBC "Halftime Report" model portfolio is up 8 percent this year, believes shares of Whirlpool are poised to rise.
Nasdaq's purchase of SecondMarket gives the exchange more software to help start-ups sell shares. But for SecondMarket, it's disappointing.
European stocks continued to rally on Friday, and one trader says that's only one of many reasons to buy right now.
ECB President Mario Draghi's dovish comment suggested to many that further easing will be taken in December.
“Mad Money” host Jim Cramer is tuning in on one stock and its potential to go higher.
Some of the names on the move ahead of the open.
Economists were scrambling Friday to reassess their investment outlooks after the ECB signaled more stimulus could be on the way.
As the debt ceiling approaches, one trader says it could lead to some big bargains in the stock market.
China's rate cut highlights how global central banks, not the economy and earnings, are driving U.S. stocks, portfolio manager Larry Glazer says.
Jim Cramer spoke to the CEO of Snap-On to learn what the secret drive is behind its stellar earnings on Thursday.
The "Fast Money" traders give their final thoughts of the day.
These creepy money moves may not be deadly, but they sure make you appear ghoulish.
Is Valeant taking legal action against itself? The answer may come down to an odd classification known as the "variable interest entity."
Jim Cramer loved the happy meal that McDonald's delivered to Wall Street Thursday and thinks this is only the beginning.