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MKM Partners Chief Market Technician Jonathan Krinsky weighs in on why he stands by his much-debated call to sell Nike, and now Amazon.
Manufacturing and corporate profits are both in recession mode, even though the rest of the U.S. economy continues to limp along.
Given everything going on in the world, it would be absolutely crazy for the Fed to raise rates now, says Ron Insana.
Goldman Sachs recommends 10 momentum stocks that will continue to lead bull market as rest of the market flounders.
The Paris attacks are not likely to be a catalyst that would deter the Fed from raising interest rates, unless financial conditions deteriorate.
Investors need to have exposure to overseas stocks after 6 years of a US bull market. Here's a look at how Buffett gradually went global.
Citi Research analyzed the historic market reactions to foreign terror attacks in a note to clients Monday.
The initial market reaction to terrorist assaults on Paris has been muted, but traders are watching French tourism-related stocks.
Should allocations freeze at the retirement date, get more conservative, or is there a more customized solution? Experts weigh in.
Billionaire Warren Buffett tells CNBC the terrorist attacks in Paris won't change his investment decisions.
CNBC senior markets commentator Michael Santoli discusses how a Fed hike next month would come under unusual circumstances.
Some of the names on the move ahead of the open.
Here’s the real reason oil crashed, and why it could rebound in a big way in 2016, says Steve Kopits.
“Mad Money” host Jim Cramer wants investors to bulk up on this stock ahead of any presidential debates.
Saudi Arabia could strike a deal with rivals Russia and Iran following a series of terror attacks, John Kilduff said.
Square's $6 billion valuation was clouded by terms that hand over added shares to investors post-IPO. This type of "ratchet" is gaining popularity.
While J.C. Penney still has a long way to go in reaching its goal of $1.2 billion in EBITDA by 2017, it continued to show marked progress.
Friday's economic data brought a fresh set of reminders that growth remains muted.
Analysts say fast fashion retailers and department stores alike must brace themselves for a "market share scramble."
One investor's case for taking a shot on the plunging commodity.