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The Federal Reserve will have a harder time making the case for a September rate hike if commodity prices continue to slip, analysts say.
One trader is placing a big bet that Disney, the Dow's best performing stock this year, will see some pain when it reports earnings after the bell.
It's not all doom and gloom for luxury goods maker Coach, CNBC's Jim Cramer says.
Carter Worth says the recent price action in Apple could spell trouble for the Nasdaq.
Analyst Doug Creutz gives the three key things to watch when Disney reports earnings on Tuesday after the close.
Share-repurchasing tech giants have not fared too well this earnings season. Here’s what that says about the state of the rally.
Twitter's stock has fallen to all-time lows since its IPO, but one options trader says to buy in for a comeback.
Jim Cramer says the weakness in the oil market has caused this stock, and many others, to suffer.
Investors have been flip-flopping between optimism and pessimism for months. But one indicator is warning investors to brace for trouble ahead.
Everything seems to be going wrong for coal stocks, but Larry McDonald of Societe Generale says this could be the perfect time to get in.
Some of the names on the move ahead of the open.
Investment guru Mark Mobius dismissed claims that oversupply is behind oil's selloff, and believes the end of the broader commodities rout is near.
A slump in oil below $50 a barrel—a level it has held above for most of the past decade—has raised the prospect of a new era of lower prices.
When the Fed hikes interest rates for the first time since 2006, here's why stocks could suffer a major decline, strategist Komal Sri-Kumar says.
London's Shire said it was seeking to buy U.S. firm Baxalta in a $30 billion deal to create a global specialist in medicines treating rare diseases.
China's rocky stock market ride can benefit private equity players as companies seek funding from other sources, David Rubenstein says.
Jim Cramer revisits his infamous rant about the Fed from 2007. Has anything really changed?
The "Fast Money" traders give their final trades of the day.
Experts say it makes sense that high-earners check their credit more often.
The market may be as much as 25 percent overvalued, BMO Private Bank's Jack Ablin says. Here's why he's staying in, for now.