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Jim Cramer warned investors not to get too excited, as the rally will reverse this week. Here's the best way to play it.
Jim Cramer says the market rally on Monday all boiled down to 10 reasons. However, he wants investors to remain skeptical.
There's a lot more likely IPOs on the way for the fall that want to get in on this trend.
A September rate hike, strong dollar and cheap oil may equal a "very rough" correction, says Wharton's Jeremy Siegel.
Energy stocks got a boost Monday as crude oil saw its best one-day gain since July 9. But one trader warns the rally won't last.
Shake Shack shares spiked after the company reported an earnings beat which Google got a boost on news of a restructuring plan.
With China and the Fed injecting uncertainty into markets, investors should expect more rocky stretches, one expert said.
Goldman Sachs gave clients a list of 20 stocks they should avoid because of their high exposure to China.
Technician Carter Worth explains why the divergence between the S&P 500 and Russell 2000 could mean a market selloff.
Sanford C. Bernstein tech analyst Toni Sacconaghi explained why he remains bullish on iPhone sales.
"Halftime Report" trader Joe Terranova made Twitter one of his top holdings for the CNBC Pro model portfolio competition.
Economic conditions in the United States have largely returned to normal, a top Fed official said.
“There are a lot of reasons to own Twitter that have to do with what could possibly go right," CNBC's Jim Cramer said.
Every single bullish case for commodities appears to have been proven wrong.
A strong dollar is the only thing that will keep the Fed tightening monetary policy further once it raises interest rates, Dennis Gartman says.
The slump in EM currencies could persist well past the Fed's first rate rise, due to Chinese economic weakness and commodity prices that have yet to bottom out, analysts have warned.
Stocks sank in Hong Kong because the market reacts to economic news. The mainland China market reacts to news and rumors of additional stimulus.
Janet Yellen can raise rates in September without roiling markets, strategist Doug Cote predicted Monday.
Value names and off brand retailers may rise above headwinds this earnings season, Dana Telsey said.
Greek banks could get a first capital injection soon after a bailout deal is agreed, as much as 10 billion euros.