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Jim Cramer weighed in on Bed Bath & Beyond. Is there any hope in the age of Amazon that the stock could bounce back?
It's common market wisdom: In scary and volatile times, gold rules the roost. Unfortunately, the facts don't quite bear out that intuition.
The yen's rapid rise against the dollar has been so mysterious that the experts are having a hard time predicting its next move.
New rules from the Department of Labor may urge American investors to offer more lower-cost products like ETFs.
One is a near-term pattern — the rush to cover short positions. The other is longer term — the oft-cited "Fed put."
JPMorgan Chase CEO Jamie Dimon’s letter is the most read on Wall Street. How do you put money to work behind his outlook?
The ETFs that have seen the biggest outflows this year are all equity products, while many bond funds have been major recipients of fresh funds.
According to Piper Jaffray's Craig Johnson, the S&P 500 is about to break out.
The Fed has an opportunity to raise rates because of this reason, Pimco's Tony Crescenzi says.
Risk abroad is keeping policymakers from making an interest rate move, Morgan Stanley's Ellen Zentner says.
Stephanie Link, managing director at TIAA, scooped up shares of two beaten-down names for her model portfolio on Wednesday.
It's been a turbulent year for the financials, and one technician says there are even tougher times ahead.
Using data from Kensho, a tool designed to quantify historical market events, CNBC Pro analyzed the market ramifications of a rallying yen.
Some of the names on the move ahead of the open.
The Fed's caution on rate hikes has put the dollar-yen in focus, amid fears of a new currency war.
Jim Cramer says the bulls should be thanking the Treasury & Justice departments, even if they accidentally sparked a rally.
Dimon addressed the bank's liquidity, U.S. interest rate policy, and financial system regulation in an annual report.
The bar has been set so low for companies that they would most likely beat estimates, JPMorgan's Stephen Parker says.
A few heavily shorted stocks have rallied this year, and some "Fast Money" traders believe those names could keep climbing.
The "Fast Money" traders reveal their final trades of the day.
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