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The turmoil gripping China's markets doesn't reflect the condition of the world's second largest economy, some analysts and economists warn.
If China stabilizes, U.S. markets will breathe a sigh of relief.
Chinese investors tell CNBC their views on Beijing's attempts to prop up equities and the economic outlook.
Carnage in financial and commodity markets may be painting a doomsday picture but the threat of a global recession is low, says Goldman Sachs.
Jim Cramer spoke with a chartist on the future of the VIX, or fear index. Is it time for investors to ring the register?
The fact that U.S. markets swung violently to the down side shouldn't change a thing for the Fed, said Richard Fisher.
Jim Cramer goes down his shopping list of stocks that investors can buy into the nasty market decline.
The market's dramatic selloff was difficult and uncomfortable but merely "choppy seas" for the long-term investor, the CIO of CalSTRS said.
Jim Cramer cushions the blow of Monday's bloody market with his downside survival guide.
Here are the facts investors need to know about stock market corrections—what triggers them, and how long they typically last.
The selloff in U.S. equities continued on Monday as the S&P 500 closed in a correction and the Dow ended nearly 600 points in the red.
After CEO Tim Cook says Apple's doing fine in China on Monday, traders explain why they recommend buying the stock despite its downturn.
Shares of one sector have tumbled, but fundamentals in the segment make the stocks appealing on weakness, a strategist said.
Bill Nygren says there are some big household names that are really attractive today.
Fed President Dennis Lockhart said on Monday that he does expect a rate hike "sometime this year," although he did not repeat his September call.
Check out the companies making headlines after the bell Monday: SolarCity, Radius Health & more.
The New York Stock Exchange will not invalidate any trades as a result of Monday's market volatility, Reuters reported.
A September rate hike looks less likely now, but there are still reasons to think one will come soon, says Pimco's Mark Kiesel.
Think you're smart? Think again. Entrepreneur and investor Mark Cuban explains what's happening, and what investors should do.
Imagine what would happen if the Fed raised rates—and they dropped even lower, instead.