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Increased pumping by OPEC as Chinese demand appears to be slackening could drive oil to the lowest prices since the peak of the financial crisis.
Investors continue to pull money out of Bill Gross' new bond fund, though the exodus slowed somewhat in July.
Oil, copper and aluminum all sank after China devalued the yuan by almost 2 percent.
The Standard & Poor's 500 will soon contain 505 listed stocks, up from the current 502 listed stocks.
As the Fed looks to raise interest rates, one trader says the plunge in oil is holding back inflation expectations and a potential rate hike.
Some of the names on the move ahead of the open.
Small investors were net buyers of U.S. stocks for a third straight month in July, according to data gleaned from 6 million TD Ameritrade accounts.
Patrick Dehaan, senior petroleum analyst at Gas Buddy, has looked at the key factors that are pushing prices lower.
Investors are cheering Google's operating structure overhaul because it increases transparency and accountability, analysts said.
The S&P 500 hasn't seen a true correction in four years. But one expert says stocks are in the midst of a different sort of corrective move.
Wall Street is split on whether China's surprise currency devaluation could delay the Fed's expected rate hike.
A new Asian currency war and a delayed Fed rate hike; these are the potential market-shaking implications of Beijing's decision to devalue the yuan.
Biotech stocks tumbled last week, and one technician says the industry is approaching a technical breakdown.
“Mad Money” host Jim Cramer on what Google’s restructuring means for your portfolio. Easy as ABC?
Reports surfaced that Facebook had secured a patent that could allow creditors to use your connections to determine your creditworthiness.
As Google announced the creation of a new holding company, Alphabet, traders discussed how it would affect the stock.
Jim Cramer goes picking among the market rubble last week to find the beaten stocks ready to fly higher.
Growth will be the focus as investors look for a continued bounce in equities amid minor reports, oil prices, earnings and news out of Google.
Jim Cramer warned investors not to get too excited, as the rally will reverse this week. Here's the best way to play it.
Jim Cramer says the market rally on Monday all boiled down to 10 reasons. However, he wants investors to remain skeptical.