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"Fast Money" traders discussed how to play Twitter's business strategy as CEO Dick Costolo prepares to step down.
Mergers are fairly rare in the home building space because builders mostly want land and do not want to pay a premium for operations.
Factory activity in New York contracted in June, as manufacturers were held back by a strong dollar and investment cutbacks by oil and gas drillers.
The "Fast Money" traders give their final trades of the day.
Traders are finding shorter-term opportunities amidst market drag.
The ratings agency cited risks posed by the country's potential departure from the European Union after its recent election.
"Mad Money" host Jim Cramer discusses why investor fears about the Fed may be overblown.
The CEO behind a stock up nearly 40 percent in 2015 tells "Mad Money" host Jim Cramer the secret to his success.
The money that has poured out of emerging market funds is no cause for concern for financial markets, as it will be supportive for developed market equities, according to Dennis Gartman.
In its trading debut Friday, Wingstop jumped 61 percent to close at $30.59 from its IPO price of $19.
Many investors may be confused about the relationship between bond prices and yields. Take note: Higher rates mean lower bond prices.
New Zealand could be warning the U.S. about what can happen if it raises rates too soon.
In the recent round of market turmoil, the price of gold price has struggled to shrug off its correlation with the U.S. dollar, but as bond and equity volatility persist, investors' are eyeing up its safe-haven potential once again
Fast casual chicken restaurant Wingstop debuts on the Nasdaq Friday, following a string of successful offerings in the space.
Jim Cramer sits down with Axovant Sciences CEO Vivek Ramaswamy in the wake of its massive IPO on Thursday.
Russia has the highest concentration of debt issuers at risk of downgrade of any emerging market country, according to Standard and Poor's.
Jim Cramer discusses the departure of Twitter's CEO Dick Costolo. With all of the positive signs he sees in the market now, could it be time to buy?
Despite continuing to lose money, Box has become more efficient as it develops new partnerships, CEO Aaron Levie said.
Biotech in a bubble?
The year for retail is setting up to be a "tale of two halves," with the outlook improving thanks to wage inflation, analyst Liz Dunn said.