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The SPDR S&P Homebuilders ETF dropped Friday as the latest Fed commentary increased expectations the central bank could raise rates in September.
Shares of Restoration Hardware Holdings jumped Friday after it posted strong quarterly earnings and maintained its full year outlook.
It is currently the only sector in the S&P 500 that is negative year to date.
Twitter's stock fell as much as 3 percent as a recent board meeting seemed to do little to clarify market chatter.
Seagate Technology has sold a stake in itself to ValueAct Capital in a deal that provides the activist hedge fund with a view of its board meetings.
The "Fast Money" traders share their first moves for the market open.
As the battle for the aisles of the supermarket continue, Jim Cramer is on high alert to avoid the most treacherous group in the market.
Jim Cramer explained why Thursday's roaring oil patch could signal a slick road ahead for stocks.
Shares of Apache climbed in a second day of sharp gains, after the company's Wednesday announcement of a major oil discovery in Texas.
Apple fell after the tech giant said it would not disclose first-weekend pre-order numbers for the iPhone 7.
Jim Bianco, president of Bianco Research, and CNBC's Rick Santelli debate the potential repercussions from the ongoing money printing.
Energy was the top performing sector in the S&P 500 on Thursday, as oil prices surged following upbeat inventory data.
With markets hovering at new highs, here's why traders are growing desperate.
Shares of Tractor Supply fell more than 16 percent on Thursday, tracking for their worst day since April 28, 2000.
Jim Cramer says history is on Bill Ackman’s side, and lays out the price to stay hungry for Chipotle’s stock.
Jim Cramer explained why a narrowing focus on certain industries is defining the winners of the tape.
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