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Euro Pacific Capital's Peter Schiff explains why he thinks the Federal Reserve will eventually need to cut rates back to zero.
Even as recession fears have ebbed and risk appetites recovered in the past six weeks, big and stable blue-chip stocks have remained in favor.
Spring came early to the markets, and if history is any guide, the rally could continue into April. Here's how to trade it.
U.S. benchmarks are likely to hit a "dangerous period" of choppy trading over the next two months, one strategist has told CNBC.
Fidelity's Jurrien Timmer says stocks will remain stuck between a bull and a bear market until central banks can get on the same page.
Yahoo might be on the verge of a turnaround if a key leadership change takes place, CNBC's Jim Cramer says.
"What we could claim as a victory is a total return on the S&P 500 somewhere in the order of 4 or 5 percent," says Stifel's Hans Olsen.
Using Kensho, we looked at which stocks perform the best if the U.S. dollar falls.
Some of the names on the move ahead of the open.
Stocks have made a major comeback over the last month, but traders say one of the leading sectors is running out of steam.
Stocks haven't done much in a while, and that could create some concerning questions for historically minded traders.
David Ader, head of rates strategy at CRT Capital Group, analyses how the market could react to a presidential victory by Donald Trump.
Traditional investment advice says when stocks get volatile, the worst thing to do is sell. But new research shows why panicking might be wise.
The "Fast Money" traders give their final trades of the day.
Jim Cramer channeled his March Madness bracketology and crowned the eight CEOs ready to lead their companies to success in 2016.
These analyst joined CNBC to discuss the pros and cons of the Starbucks stock.
Chip stocks have been climbing, but one trader says this large-cap name is about to sink.
Wall Street will have to distribute the cost of negative interest rates to consumers and corporate clients alike.
Jim Cramer wants investors to watch for a new trend occurring in 2016. It is allowing for the truth to come out faster than ever before.
As the policy debate heats up at the Fed, investors are getting more acclimated to the idea that a rate hike is coming soon.
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