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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.
Oil's rapid decline spooked energy investors this week, with one trader betting more than $7 million that the declines could last well into next year.
IPO candidates have responded to investor demands by cutting prices, resulting in higher average returns following their debut.
CNBC highlights the major moves that are dominating metals, mining and oil.
Market watchers looking for risks ahead are focusing on China's slowdown, but there's another trouble spot in 2016, Ric Deverell said.
Record global oil stockpiles could offer an "unprecedented buffer" in times of geopolitical shock, the International Energy Agency (IEA) said.
Some of the names on the move ahead of the open.
Jeff Kilburg, founder and CEO of KKM Financial, makes the case for GE returning to levels last seen before the financial crisis.
One side of the market is about to drag down another, according Oppenheimer's head of portfolio strategy, but it's unclear which side will lose out.
Concerns that sparked the stock market sell-off are rearing their head as China growth fears increase and and commodities sink, analysts said.
Investors are also watching October's retail sales for any new signals about the health of the consumer.
Shares of over-the-counter drugmaker Perrigo sank early Friday after its stock owners rejected a hostile, $26 billion takeover bid from Mylan.
Online mortgage lender LoanDepot, which was expected to price its initial public offering tonight, has delayed its offering due to market conditions.
Cisco gave disappointing guidance for its current quarter, driven by lower-than-expected order growth and foreign exchange rates.
The "Fast Money" traders give their final trades of the day.
Jim Cramer sees a layer of negativity about one thing that is brewing under the market surface, and that is creating fear.