The S&P is down 1.4 percent since the start of earnings season in October, the worst monthly showing since January. » Read More
Both the SPDR S&P Bank ETF and the SPDR S&P Regional Bank ETF neared session lows in early trading, down more than 1 percent each.
Diamond Offshore shares fall sharply after it reported a drilling contract was terminated prematurely by Petrobras.
The dip in bullishness could prove profitable for those investors willing to take a contrarian view.
Shares of Twitter briefly traded higher amid further speculation about the future of the struggling social media company.
The futures markets are seeing activity like never before, and that's likely to continue through the rest of the year, according to the TABB Group.
The Fed might need to cut rates to as low as negative 2 percent, far below levels other global central banks have tested, a former Fed economist said.
Here's the full interview with billionaire hedge fund legend Leon Cooperman, which is only available to CNBC PRO subscribers.
Both the S&P 500 and the Dow Jones snapped a multi-month winning streak in August but one strategist said there were few attractive alternatives.
Some of the names on the move ahead of the open.
We ran a search using hedge fund analytics tool Kensho and found there were certain industries that tend to perform well in September.
Among their favorites is Tesla, which has a $200 plus market price, according to a TD Ameritrade study.
Jim Cramer shared his insight on what actions could be directly ahead for the market.
Jim Cramer has been watching the resurgence of Buffalo Wild Wings, but he's still not biting on the stock.
United Continental CEO Oscar Munoz reflects on one year in the position, and tells Jim Cramer he thinks the company must treat customers better.
Falling oil prices and rising expectations for interest rate hikes are two factors that have been giving the stock market hiccups.
Jim Cramer shed light on a new trading technique being embraced by money managers at the end of the month that is impacting the market.
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