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After going nowhere for the last 18 months, analysts became accustomed to not expect much from Google's stock. Not anymore.
Jim Cramer goes off the charts to find out if the Chinese roller coaster will continue for investors.
The "Fast Money" traders awarded their final grades to the Gilead, Twitter and Yelp following their quarterly earnings reports.
Discover is getting rid of some ancillary perks associated with its credit cards.
Jim Cramer goes off the charts to take a look at the fear index. Is Tuesday's rally really the real deal?
Carter Worth of Cornerstone Macro says now is the time to sell despite the rebound in stocks.
O'Leary's ETF invests in quality stocks that pay dividends
Check out the companies making headlines after the bell Tuesday: Yelp, Akamai, Panera & more.
Walt Disney has skyrocketed this year, and now could be the perfect time to buy protection on the stock.
Small float on NantKwest IPO
Here's why former Dallas Fed President Richard Fisher doesn't think China is a major factor in the Fed's rate hike timing.
The New York Times explores the environment at Bank of America that led to Thompson's departure and what lies ahead.
The recent gyrations in China's stock market will have limited direct impact on global investors.
Dramatic headlines on China's stock market and economic slowdown form a negative weight but aren't likely to push U.S. stocks into a correction.
China's market crash is just one of the bricks in an ever-growing wall of worry for US stocks. It may be time to hedge your bets, says Ron Insana.
CNBC "Halftime Report" trader Jim Lebenthal is buying an energy stock he believes will move higher regardless of the direction of oil prices.
Before Pfizer's earnings beat, traders placed bearish bets for a big drop in the next month.
The rising tide that swept the S&P 500 to a new closing high recently didn't lift all boats. That's a problem, says technical analyst Chris Johnson.
The Chinese stock market is moved by retail investors, and behaves much differently than other major markets. Here's a look.
High-yield bonds, which typically lead stocks, are in the midst of a selloff. But traders say there's nothing to worry about.