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"Halftime" for the 2015 investing year is here, and traders and investors galore are taking hard looks at their portfolios and positions.
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Questions are being raised about the bull market China being a bubble ready to burst. USAToday reports.
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Investors who want to buy stocks should do so in the U.S., says Jim McCaughan, CEO of Principal Global Investors, which has nearly $343 billion in assets under management.
Morgan Stanley said investors should not buy Friday's pullback in Chinese stocks because the market has topped.
This sector's rally has been so strong that even those who are bearish say they wouldn't dare get short.
A new survey finds business leaders believe four out of 10 top-ranked companies in their industries worldwide won't survive the next five years.
Equity research teams are clinging to "buys" and "holds" because they do not want to upset colleagues, the FT reports.
Stock market bears appear to be heading into hibernation. And that makes one professional trader anxious about the next move for the market.
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The stock market is stuck between a rock and a hard place, with only a narrow window open for another leg higher absent a correction, James Paulsen.
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Airbnb is on the brink of agreeing a massive $1.5 billion fundraising that would boost its valuation to $24 billion.
Nike delivered quarterly earnings and revenue that topped analysts' expectations on Thursday.
The "Fast Money" traders give their final trades of the day.
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