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CNBC senior markets commentator Michael Santoli discusses the history of similar flat market periods and what that means for the future of this bull market.
U.S. stocks could be in for some gains during this holiday-shortened week, if history is any guide.
U.S. crude closed slightly lower on Monday after rising as much as 1 percent.
Some of the names on the move ahead of the open.
Stocks had their best week of the year and the upswing could continue into Thanksgiving week, usually a good one for the market.
Hedge fund investor Kevin Barry explains why the Federal Reserve making China a de facto 51st state is a dangerous game.
Crude prices slumped, rebounded sharply and then dropped again after Saudi Arabia said it would cooperate to help stabilize the oil market.
The S&P 500 just had its best week of the year, but one investor still sees several reasons to be wary of the recent rally.
Peabody Energy said it had agreed to sell its New Mexico and Colorado coal assets to Bowie Resource Partners for $358 million in cash.
Procter & Gamble should consider breaking up the company to improve its beleaguered performance, Barron's financial newspaper said.
The nation's top-rated airline analyst weighs in on why airline stocks aren't doing better.
The "Fast Money" traders give their final trades of the day.
Don't dawdle. Investing in an IRA early can make a big difference.
Jim Cramer says this week was the most amazing transformation he has ever seen before. But can the bull continue to dance?
Jim Cramer reveals the three stooges of iron ore. Because if you're stuck in a hole, you don't keep digging!
"That's what they mean by 'gradual,'" economist Neil Dutta says.
If not for a pair of choice performers, the tech-heavy, large-cap index would actually be down on the year.
RBC Capital Markets internet analyst Mark Mahaney weighs in on Netflix and what risks exist to the streamer's growth.
It looks like S&P 500 earnings per share have declined year over year for the first time since 2009.
Believe it or not, these big Chinese companies like Alibaba, the biggest e-commerce retailer by far, have not been represented in global indices.