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Refiner stocks like Tesoro and Valero have proven resilient despite a prolonged slump in oil prices.
The "Fast Money" traders give their final trades of the day.
The weakening of the yuan will help boost Chinese profits from overseas ventures as those earnings are brought back to China.
Outflows from U.S. funds to international funds have been strong.
Trian would become the largest individual shareholder in Sysco.
One trader appeared to bet millions that Apple shares will fall in the next five months. But there may be more to the trade than meets the eye.
The large-cap stocks with the fattest yields all have something disturbing in common.
Ambarella shares are up more than 110% year-to-date and options traders are expecting even bigger moves for the GoPro supplier.
One troubled retail name could see more downside, traders warn.
Options contracts on shares of the U.S. burger chain will begin trading for the first time since the company's IPO early this year.
China's currency devaluation shouldn't be an excuse for the Fed to delay raising U.S. interest rates, former Dallas Fed President Richard Fisher says.
Output advanced at its strongest pace in eight months in July as auto production surged in a bullish signal for third-quarter economic growth.
Prices rose for a third straight month in July, but inflation pressures remain benign against the backdrop of lower oil prices and a strong dollar.
J.C. Penney reported a 2.7 percent rise in quarterly revenue, helped by higher sales in its home goods, jewelry, and at the Sephora departments.
Goldman Sachs Bank USA, a unit of Goldman Sachs, has agreed to buy GE Capital Bank's online deposit platform.
Jim Cramer speaks to the CEO of an under-the-radar media stock that is gaining major strength in China.
The "Fast Money" traders give their final thoughts of the day.
A New York-based firm that conducts background checks for a quarter of the Fortune 100 firms said as many as 100,000 people may have had data stolen.
Jim Cramer speaks with Starbucks CEO Howard Schultz on working with competition to hire disenfranchised youth in the U.S.
Eight banks involved in a currency rigging lawsuit have agreed to pay $2 billion in a settlement.