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Goldman Sachs told clients in a note on Friday the market will go sideways the rest of the year.
Market valuations set us up for a rally, says Erin Gibbs of S&P Capital IQ.
An expected drop in crude prices to $30 to $40 a barrel might not be enough to balance global oil markets, analyst Jamie Webster says.
Experts forecast crude prices will decline this fall to levels where many producers could be unable to make money, according to a new CNBC Oil Survey.
Most companies beat on earnings. But in their second-quarter reports, these 10 blew the doors off.
The SEC announced Monday that two Citigroup affiliates agreed to pay almost $180 million to settle charges that they defrauded investors.
Some of the names on the move ahead of the open.
KKR's Samson Resources said it finalized a restructuring plan that it expects to implement under a Chapter 11 bankruptcy reorganization.
Here are five deals and 5 duds you'll likely find at bulk goods membership clubs.
Investing in gambling? Shares of PENN, a domestic casino company on the move, stand out with the rest of the industry in flux.
Refiner stocks like Tesoro and Valero have proven resilient despite a prolonged slump in oil prices.
The "Fast Money" traders give their final trades of the day.
The weakening of the yuan will help boost Chinese profits from overseas ventures as those earnings are brought back to China.
Outflows from U.S. funds to international funds have been strong.
Trian would become the largest individual shareholder in Sysco.
One trader appeared to bet millions that Apple shares will fall in the next five months. But there may be more to the trade than meets the eye.
The large-cap stocks with the fattest yields all have something disturbing in common.
Ambarella shares are up more than 110% year-to-date and options traders are expecting even bigger moves for the GoPro supplier.
One troubled retail name could see more downside, traders warn.
Options contracts on shares of the U.S. burger chain will begin trading for the first time since the company's IPO early this year.