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The U.S. dollar soared to its highest level since October 2 on Thursday, but experts warn traders to get short ahead of next week's FOMC meeting.
Check out the companies making headlines after the bell Thursday: Alphabet, Amazon, Skechers & more.
The settlement is unrelated to the controversy over some of its laminate flooring from China.
The Amazon CEO made another massive paper gain on Thursday after the company crushed earnings expectations.
Corporate earnings, expected to decline about 5 percent heading into the season, are struggling to get over even those dimmed estimates.
DoubleLine's Jeff Sherman told CNBC that despite market volatility, investing in commodities could pay off for investors.
October has been a great month for the stock market, and not just the U.S. This has been a global rally.
Vice CEO Shane Smith has built an empire around content aimed at millennials. Now, he says he's bringing that content to TV networks around the globe.
The SMH semiconductor ETF is up more than 26 percent from its August low, and one technician says the charts are signaling even more gains.
Stephanie Link, whose CNBC "Halftime Report" model portfolio is up 7 percent this year, believes shares of Lam Research are poised to rise.
Valeant has fallen 40 percent this week, and some traders appear to be betting on another big tumble in the next few months.
The IPO market is suffering withdrawals and postponements, and stocks that have priced are roughly 20 percent below the midpoint of price talk.
Marc Faber is known as “Dr. Doom” for his dark prognostications. But he explains why deep down he’s actually quite sunny.
Some of the names on the move ahead of the open.
Net short positions are near record levels, a contrarian indicator that's associated with short-term market gains, according to Goldman Sachs.
Activist investor Bill Ackman made a huge bet on Valeant Pharmaceuticals Wednesday
The "Fast Money" traders reveal what's on their watch list ahead of a new batch of tech earnings.
When it comes to home sweet home, sometimes TV gets it just right. And other times, the small screen is oh-so-wrong.
CIT CEO John Thain expects to retire next year, the company announced in a Wednesday afternoon news release.
Jim Cramer goes under the hood for Ferrari's stock to look at the numbers. Could it leave your portfolio in the dust?