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Macron's win should give a boost to certain U.S. stocks and exchange-traded funds with a reliable history of trading higher with the euro.
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Jim Cramer explained the external pressure causing this consumer goods play to crumple.
Jim Cramer looked ahead at next week's stocks and events to see how investors can maneuver Washington's promises.
The Hindenburg Omen has missed the mark more times than it's been correct, but its occurrence always gets traders talking.
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Total short interest, or the shares borrowed in hopes of selling them back at a profit after the stocks drop, totals $17.5 billion.
Biotech looks ripe for a breakout, and one top technician says there are two prime reasons to buy now.
Since joining Berkshire Hathaway, stock pickers Ted Weschler and Todd Combs have grown increasingly important to Warren Buffett.
The SLV is down again and could be heading toward a 15th-straight day of decline.
Whitney Tilson of Kase Capital said Warren Buffett's Berkshire Hathaway should climb 19 percent.
"IBM spent a lot of time trying to figure out what Warren really wanted," Jim Cramer says.
Warren Buffett told CNBC he was "wrong" on IBM and "revalued it somewhat downward."
Mario Gabelli explains why shares of this baseball company are trading at a discount today amid an industry bidding war.
Financial advisor Josh Brown says you pretty much have five options in this crazy market — but you have to choose one.
In the French election, Marine Le Pen has “no chance.” But just in case she pulls out a surprising win in France, markets could go haywire.
The full interview with Gamco Investors CEO and chairman Mario Gabelli.
Oil prices have broken through a number of key technical levels this week, forcing traders to liquidate their positions.
One trader sees crude's crash continuing, and that means trouble for one particular group of energy stocks.
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