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It was a very unhappy New Year for equity bulls as a slew of factors helped to curb sentiment on Monday.
U.S. stocks opened sharply lower in a global equities sell off that started with a report showing a tenth month of decline in Chinese manufacturing.
Following a disappointing 2015, analysts are cautious on the retail sector heading into 2016.
The "Fast Money" traders give their final trades for 2015.
Many of the goods and services you buy will cost more in 2016.
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With central bank policies and energy weighing on traders' minds this year, the outlook for 2016 varies far and wide.
One strategist says that while Iranian missile testing violates United Nations regulations, it does not interfere with the deal signed last July.
Manufacturing still accounts for a big chunk of the U.S. economy and many are overlooking it, says Wells Fargo Securities' Mark Vitner.
Apple, Facebook and unicorn technology companies are putting out fires as business practices come under scrutiny this week.
Dealmaking in 2016 may surpass this year's levels as acquisitions of distressed assets and firms accelerate, particularly in the energy sector, says Robert Profusek of Jones Day.
The last time Apple's stock ended lower for the year, it was down nearly 57 percent.
If we hit the exact right number, we could break even for the year for the first time in decades.
There were few tech IPOs in 2015, partly due to the poor IPO market and to a tsunami of private money.
'Tis the season of new year resolutions and Oprah is encouraging her fans to join her in dieting and losing weight, reports USA TODAY.
Next year social media will take on a bigger role than ever in consumers' lives, as companies look to weave themselves into everything that we do.
Uri Gruenbaum, CEO of TipRanks, listed the top 10 biotech analysts on Wall Street based on the returns they've generated since 2009.
Some of the names on the move ahead of the open.