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Mergers and acquisitions have set a blistering pace this year, and that is unlikely to slow until shareholders stop rewarding deals.
Todd Gordon of TradingAnalysis.com explains why the bond market could selloff as much as 5 percent in the next week.
Oil stocks slide as crude drops.
Big oil companies have shed a combined $400 billion in market cap in the past year. Now one expert sees rare opportunity in the space.
Check out the companies making headlines after the bell Thursday: Nordstrom, El Pollo Loco, AMAT & more.
U.S. markets rebounded following the Chinese yuan devaluation shock because cooler heads prevailed, analysts said.
Kohl's is emblematic of the problem with retailers: shifting consumer tastes with no clear path to revenue growth.
"Halftime Report" trader Jon Najarian bought shares of Ascena Retail Group after spotting unusual activity in the options market.
Some of the names on the move ahead of the open.
News Corp. shares traded higher in after-hours trading after the company beat EPS estimates and announced a dividend.
Jim Cramer speaks to the CEO of Cisco Systems on its strong quarter and the impact of China and cybersecurity on its future.
The "Fast Money" traders give their final thoughts of the day.
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Jim Cramer discusses the headwinds faced by Macy's this quarter and questions whether investors should even buy bricks-and-mortar stocks anymore.
Whether or not Macy's earnings miss could be seen as a canary in the coal mine, it does highlight retail headwinds.
Volatility expert Brian Stutland explains why the VIX could surge as high as 20 in the next week.
Check out the companies making headlines after the bell Wednesday: News Corp, Cisco, Oneok & more.
For those who want to play for a bounce in Chinese stocks, there's really only one way to do it.
U.S. crude could fall to the $30- to $40-per-barrel range sooner than expected following China's yuan devaluation, John Kilduff said.
Cuba needs infrastructure investment of all kinds, but Google is discovering that Internet connectivity there is by far the most politically thorny.