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Jim Cramer saw signs of life Tuesday in many stocks of the S&P that have been considered bottom feeders.
Dr. Doom Marc Faber says China is the biggest threat to the global economy, and he doesn't expect the U.S. market to make new highs.
JPMorgan Chase's earnings conference call concluded in unexpected fashion.
S&P Capital IQ tech analyst Scott Kessler says investors shouldn't overlook certain tech stocks even though he rates the entire sector as "overweight."
Check out the companies making headlines after the bell Tuesday: Yum, CSX, Celgene & more.
Market bull Jeremy Siegel tells CNBC he still believes the Fed will raise interest rates in September, giving U.S. stocks a runway for further gains.
An unexpected drop in retail sales in June has renewed concerns that the U.S. economy may be hitting a soft spot.
Texas Gov. Greg Abbott discusses how the state has moved forward despite lower oil prices.
S&P's head of sovereign ratings, John Chambers, emphasized Greece's continued risk of default and said there are no good solutions.
Both Bloomberg and Twitter denied a report that suggested Twitter received a takeover offer was true.
Morgan Stanley is scheduled to release its quarterly results Monday before the market opens, setting up a potential winning trade.
Poor retail sales report could impact GDP.
"Whoever is doing this snap-judgment trading is as stupid as the people who got short ahead of the deal with Greece," Cramer said.
CNBC Contributor Mike Khouw outlines a bearish options bet on the XLF.
Underperforming corporate executives beware: The activists are coming for you.
There are 12 companies in the S&P 500 that have made a habit out of beating bottom-line expectations, according to USA TODAY.
Hardeep Walia, founder and CEO of Motif Investing, explains the pros and cons of corporate stock buybacks from an investor perspective.
Starbucks hit an all-time high Monday, but traders are still betting the stock can get even hotter.
Three years after returning a fortune to its early venture investors, Workday is starting its own venture investing group.
“Mad Money” host Jim Cramer unveils four stocks in one sector that could be big wins for your portfolio.