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The spike in fear has a few traders looking to reap tremendous profits.
Despite the launch of Apple Music, Pandora's CFO said the company will grow given its position as market leader.
According to one top technician, Netflix is already showing signs that more upside may be ahead.
German markets are officially in correction territory but some traders are eyeing the latest drop as a buying opportunity.
Check out the companies making headlines after the bell Tuesday: Mattress Firm, FleetCor, Gulfport & more.
Lululemon shares jumped nearly 11 percent on Tuesday, as signs of a sustained turnaround at the athletic wear firm started to take shape.
The bond market may be in turmoil, but investors don't seem to care.
There has been one clear winner in China's hack of federal employee personal data, and it's come from an unlikely place.
With more inspiring economic data and yields anticipating a hike, BlackRock's CIO thinks its a window the Fed can't refuse.
There are 11 stocks that get the lowest rating from stock analysts on average and are expected to trade even lower, USAT reports.
Personal Capital's Bill Harris explains how Treasury Inflation-Protected Securities can help investors manage inflation risk.
It's like déjà vu. Every time Apple launches a music product, Pandora's stock sinks. Monday's announcement at WWDC was no different.
Investors should remain skeptical about buying Lululemon Athletica's stock despite its most-recent earnings beat, Jim Cramer says.
Major averages are not near correction, but several interest-rate sensitive sectors are showing signs of weakness.
A new analysis from JPMorgan shows Big Data is taking over. Here's how to play it.
Some analysts say a 3 to 5 percent drop is on the near-term horizon due to increased worry about tightening, high valuations and complacency.
Chart analyst John Kosar provides historical context on the price of oil in order to find where it may be headed next.
Some of the names on the move ahead of the open.
While Apple investors are paying close attention to the company's WWDC, some traders are paying attention to another type of technicals.
Low interest rates and concerns about future litigation are no reason to turn a blind eye to bank stocks, Dick Bove tells CNBC.