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The last IPO of the year is set to price tonight, and it has the distinction of being the ONLY IPO in December, a rare event.
Jim Cramer speaks to the CEO of Paypal, who outlines why the company could be poised to be right in the center of a mobile revolution.
Jim Cramer says the new cycle in the market is defined by squandered versus seized opportunities — and Yahoo totally bombed it.
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Returns within the S&P 500 are concentrated in a handful of its largest stocks, an alarming trend not seen since the dot-com bust.
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Citi Private Bank's Steven Wieting tells CNBC he's concerned about the possibility of a recession in the next couple of years.
Despite increased M&A activity and a potential Fed hike looming, one strategist thinks the economy remains neutral.
The CNBC All-America Economic Survey asked the public what one stock they would gift to a loved one or a friend this holiday season.
Netflix and Amazon have the hottest TV shows of the year and are also the best performing U.S. stocks of 2015.
Energy stocks have fallen more than 20 percent year to date, but one contrarian trader thinks the pain may soon come to an end.
CNBC Pro asked experts and ran quantitative analysis to find the market implications of a Dow and DuPont merger.
Jeffrey Hirsch, editor-in-chief of the Stock Trader's Almanac, reveals how to trade copper using historical seasonality.
The "Halftime Report" panelists discuss their strategies as the final three hours of the trading day begins.
Wages look to be on the rise, and unfortunately for some companies, that means their labor costs are rising, too.
Yahoo’s fall from grace is due in large part to one specific factor, CNBC's Jim Cramer says.
Traders believe the first rate hike in 9 years by the Federal Reserve is all but certain to come next week. So now they are turning their sights to the second hike.
Value stocks are poised to outperform growth names as interest rates rise slowly but steadily next year, analysts tell CNBC.
Oil prices pared some of their losses on Wednesday, but those hoping for a rebound next year may be disappointed.
John Rogers Jr., chairman of Ariel Investments, bought shares of a provider of aerial transportation services for CNBC Pro's Platinum Portfolio.