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China's currency devaluation spooked markets, but the real fear is that what's behind the move could be a bigger problem for the world economy.
Jim Cramer goes off the charts to look at the crude chaos. Could it be the time to build a portfolio for black crude again?
China's surprise currency devaluation sent markets reeling Tuesday, but it may not hold huge ripple effects just yet.
When the Chinese market tanks, some big names on Wall Street get hit, too.
Take a look at some of Tuesday's after-hours buzz: CDK Global, CyberArk Software, Fossil & more
For the millions of consumers using Google for search, YouTube videos and maps, the company is no different today that it was yesterday.
As relations thaw between the U.S. and Cuba, a group of investors wait to finally get paid after holding defaulted Cuban debt for over a decade.
Veteran trader Art Cashin of UBS is sticking by his call that the Fed will not raise rates in 2015, after China's currency move.
Freeport-McMoran shares plunged more than 13 percent Tuesday, crushing a million-dollar bullish bet from one trader on Monday.
Elevation Partners' Roger McNamee explains why Apple's stock remains a good buy despite the negative sentiment surrounding it.
Stocks are flat on the year, but those lucky names delivering secular growth have prospered.
With recent market leaders all significantly off their highs, is Netflix the next momentum name to fall?
There are more important threats to the U.S. market than China's currency move according to Goldman Sachs' David Kostin.
Today's action is a clear lesson on how intertwined the global economy--and global investing--has become.
Increased pumping by OPEC as Chinese demand appears to be slackening could drive oil to the lowest prices since the peak of the financial crisis.
Investors continue to pull money out of Bill Gross' new bond fund, though the exodus slowed somewhat in July.
Oil, copper and aluminum all sank after China devalued the yuan by almost 2 percent.
The Standard & Poor's 500 will soon contain 505 listed stocks, up from the current 502 listed stocks.
As the Fed looks to raise interest rates, one trader says the plunge in oil is holding back inflation expectations and a potential rate hike.
Some of the names on the move ahead of the open.