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Two popular indicators show fear is at a fairly extreme level.
As the market rout continued Friday, CNBC's Jim Cramer said this is the time for American leadership to step up.
There are 330 S&P 500 companies, or about 66 percent of the index, that are currently in correction or bear market territory.
Despite markets selloff, two portfolio managers said they believe U.S. stocks are the place to be as long as people invest wisely.
The VIX is set to log its biggest monthly jump in history.
Two investment strategists are pointing to THIS as a possible canary in the coal mine for U.S. equities.
From Turkey to Malaysia to Russia, emerging market currencies are diving. Here’s why.
While the Dow is down for the week, some stocks, particularly in the jewelry sector, have remained positive.
Dennis Gartman has turned bullish on oil, citing structural shifts in the crude market.
Everyone is lamenting the global decline in stocks, but much of the damage has indeed occurred in only the last couple weeks.
So far this year, companies like Etsy, Box and Axovant Sciences have failed to wow investors beyond their trading debuts.
Barclays this week joined a growing list of Wall Street firms directing clients to consider buying high-yielding stocks.
Stocks limp into Friday technically weakened and vulnerable to more selling.
“Mad Money” host Jim Cramer’s on what the Fed must do next.
As gold bounces back from multiyear lows, some traders say a delayed rate hike could push the gold miner stocks higher.
After two stagnant years, some investors say it's finally time to check out shares of GM and Ford.
Goldman Sachs gave the latest changes to its vaunted market beating “Twenty Most Concentrated” hedge fund holdings basket to clients this week.
Some of the names on the move ahead of the open.
The market knifed through the July support Thursday, Jeffrey Saut of Raymond James told CNBC, "so today it feels like capitulation."
Again Capital's John Kilduff explains what he thinks is the oil market's biggest problem.