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One trader says there's a major pullback in store for the tech giants.
There have been so many factors influencing the market's twists and turns now that it's easy to lose count.
After a day of relief from China-fueled concerns, some CNBC 'Fast Money' traders looked to a Chinese company for upside.
The one-day monster bull rally created a phenomenon Jim Cramer has not seen since the great recession.
The healthcare secular theme isn't new, but is still very much in force.
The day after the S&P 500 is up 4 percent, the markets are basically a coin flip, up and down in equal numbers.
If there's one good thing to come out of the emerging market rout, it's cheaper valuations.
Blaming QE for supplying too much credit to emerging markets, John Burbank believes tightening credit will send markets lower.
An analysis of the S&P 500 index shows why the markets snapped their losing streak.
Thursday's markets could first be in for a fresh dose of positive news on the economy, after a better-than-expected durable goods number.
Market on close orders: a primer.
Jim Cramer explains why too many IPOs are not good for investors, especially for what he calls the billion dollar unicorns.
Stocks jumped higher Wednesday, but BlackRock's Russ Koesterich believes the market's fate depends on this.
Jim Cramer makes the case as to why he thinks housing stocks have some serious legs to run in the future.
Each of these stocks have posted average gains in the five corrections prior to the current one. USA Today reports.
"Fast Money" trader Jon Najarian says you should get your wish list ready for the next crash—and buy or sell when it hits your target level.
While many commodities hit six-year lows, energy demand is not as weak as people think, says Goldman's Jeffrey Currie.
Schlumberger's $14.8 billion acquisition of oil equipment manufacturer Cameron International is a good deal for both parties, analysts tell CNBC.
"The decision to begin the normalization process at the September FOMC meeting seems less compelling to me than it was a few weeks ago," he said.
Heather Bellini of Goldman Sachs upgraded Google to "conviction list buy" Wednesday morning.