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The number of stocks on the New York Stock Exchange hitting a new low reached its highest level since Oct. 15, 2014 on Monday.
Government intervention in China's stock market is a "massive mistake," according to Evercore's Macro Research Analyst.
Wedbush Securities' Gil Luria tells why Alibaba investors should remain bullish on the stock.
CNBC Pro finds the U.S. stocks that have the most to lose if China's market continues to drop.
Bullish just a few weeks ago, investors in U.S. stocks should be at best "neutral," market watcher Dennis Gartman tells CNBC.
In 2015, Facebook's stock fortunes have headed one way, and Twitter's the other.
All eyes will be on the Fed's meeting this week but it will be especially crucial for battered commodity currencies hoping for respite from a weaker greenback.
Earnings have been largely positive this season, but some traders say bad news could be right around the corner.
Materials, energy and industrials are very stretched on the downside. A typical quant would look at this as a potential buy signal.
CNBC's Jim Cramer explains how the recent performance in FANG stocks actually points to a dire market situation.
Jim Cramer lays out his game plan next week. It will all about the Fed, Fed, Fed with a side of China.
Some of the names on the move ahead of the open.
The VIX has suddenly snapped back, and one trader says the rise in volatility is just getting started.
CNBC Pro highlights the top performing stocks this week and analyzes whether the good times will continue.
Small-cap stocks have largely outperformed the S&P this year, but here's why they're now getting hit hard.
Tom Lee says 1904’s flat first half and stellar second half might be repeated in 2015. But could a “rich man’s panic” be on tap instead?
Chinese shares slid 8.5 percent on Monday, indicating no reprieve to the violent selling rocking the country's equity market.
Second-quarter earnings are now slated to be negative, and there's a clear culprit for the drop.
Netflix has lost many DVD subscribers, but its old business remains a yearly profits machine, the New York Times reports.
Jim Cramer is ready to strike now while the Chinese iron is hot! Here are the best stocks to gobble up.