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Check out the companies making headlines after the bell Tuesday: Amgen, Advanced Auto Parts, Lumber Liquidators & more.
The problem is the unusual combination of an historic Fed meeting and the quadruple witching expiration.
E-trading firm, Virtu Financial, is preparing for high levels of volume and volatility after a potential rate hike from the Fed.
Experts explain what the effects of higher wages and other inflationary pressures could have on the Fed's rate hike calendar.
There have been tremendous cross-currents buffeting stocks for the past two weeks. Some of them have changed.
Pete Najarian reshuffled his CNBC Pro model portfolio on Tuesday, selecting three of his favorite stocks right now.
Carter Worth of Cornerstone Macro said there are warning sings in Apple's chart that point to more pain.
With the Fed expected to raise interest rates on Wednesday, interest in the Fed itself is rising.
Financial advisor Manisha Thakor shares tips for squeezing the most value and joy out of every hard-earned dollar you'll spend in 2016.
“Did anyone think Inge Thulin, the CEO, was going to guide up in this environment?” Jim Cramer asks.
Analysts say the negative pre-announcement from a key Apple supplier bodes ill for iPhone sales.
Dennis Gartman explains why the market's uncertainty is pushing him out of stocks.
Goldman Sachs released a report that discusses the high-yield market's impact on asset managers.
Some of the names on the move ahead of the open.
“Mad Money” host Jim Cramer explains how the current fund turmoil can impact your money in a dangerous high-yield market.
Michael Khouw, president and chief strategist at Optimize Advisors, explains the current S&P 500 options trading setup.
Moody's sharply lowered its oil price assumptions on Tuesday, amid a threat of a prolonged oversupply.
“That whoosh we got yesterday really had the look of some capitulation,” Again Capital's John Kilduff says.
Amazon has more than doubled this year, but one technician is seeing some troubling signs in the charts.
Goldman Sachs strategist Silvia Ardagna is warning of higher-than-expected inflation next year.