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Jim Cramer took a close look to pinpoint what triggered the stock decline this quarter. Hint: It wasn't the Fed.
The "Fast Money" traders give their final thoughts of the day.
Here's what you should look for in an actively managed fund if those are appealing characteristics.
Jim Cramer takes a closer look at his favorite growth stocks acronym FANG. Has the bear taken them low enough to be bought?
With a volatile market for value investors and a clouded Fed, two retail analysts say buying long term is the way to go.
The quarter marked the worst for the three major indices since 2011; all three ended in the red.
Emerging economies will likely see their fifth consecutive year of declining rates of growth, Lagarde said.
It's certainly possible the S&P 500's bounce off of Tuesday's is part of a bottoming process that would set up a year-end rally, technicians say.
Check out the companies making headlines after the bell Wednesday: PBF Energy, Microsoft, Google & more.
It was Yellen's first public appearance since a health scare last week in Massachusetts in which she stumbled over her words.
U.S. markets have been roiled recently, with all three major U.S. shedding more than 7 percent for the quarter.
Markets look "way overpriced" and many investors have put themselves in "dangerous" positions, activist investor Carl Icahn said.
CNBC "Halftime Report" trader Jim Lebenthal bought shares of Intel on Wednesday due to improving corporate spending and employment numbers.
The fourth quarter looks like it will be bumpy, and investors shouldn't be taking on extra risk, Christopher Wolfe said.
Carl Icahn is not the only one warning investors on high-yield debt, with investing arms of some major investment banks cutting exposure to the sector.
Some of the names on the move ahead of the open.
Even Santa Claus probably won't be able to save 2015 from ending the year lower, S&P's David Blitzer says on the final day of the third quarter.
NYC's mayor de Blasio has called on the city's $160B public pension funds to reconsider investments in other fossil fuels.
As investors brace for the worst quarterly loss for stocks in four years, not all hope may be lost, if history is any guide.
The "Fast Money" traders give you what's on their watch list ahead of Wednesday's market open.