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Only 1% of the $30T Americans invest touch small biz. Yet real prosperity can be found in the many investment options in local communities.
If the Fed's efforts to normalize policy and show that it was right all along are to have a happy ending, it will need one thing: inflation.
Apple's CEO has been painted into a corner by a federal court order in the San Bernardino terrorism case, CNBC's Jim Cramer says.
CNBC Pro asked market experts what the implications are of Apple's bond offering and how investors can position their portfolios accordingly.
These credit unions pay more than three time the average yield on a 12-month CD.
U.S. banks may face more pain in 2016 from E&Ps, which have seen their businesses hit disproportionately hard by falling oil prices.
The "Fast Money" traders give their final trades of the day.
This chart suggests that severe losses are still ahead for the market.
“Mad Money” host Jim Cramer explains the method to his madness on how to identify the best stocks for the future.
Shares of the tech giant popped more than 2.5 percent Tuesday, but have fallen more than 8 percent in 2016.
The SPDR S&P biotech ETF — XBI — has plunged more than 30 percent year to date, and traders say the volatility isn't ending any time soon.
Apple is poised to sell its first-ever Green bond, bringing clout to a market dedicated to environmentally friendly projects.
U.S. stocks may be up, but recession risks still loom large in the U.S., Deutsche Bank's Joe LaVorgna says.
Investors are not the only ones perplexed by the economy, as confusion pervades boardrooms, as well, according to a survey.
There's high-level talk on three of the four issues that are worrying the markets.
CNBC "Halftime Report" trader Jon Najarian bought shares of a small-cap biotech stock after spotting unusual options activity.
As negative sentiment piles up, stocks look poised to mount a stark reversal, Fundstrat's Tom Lee says.
China should let its currency appreciate to support the country's transition to a consumer-driven economy, analysts tell CNBC.
Investors should avoid high momentum stocks as the market rotation to value has begun, according to JPMorgan's Dubravko Lakos-Bujas.
The stock market turbulence of the past three months has sent major averages tumbling and investor money to the mattresses.
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