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CNBC's Michael Santoli handicaps the market's chances this week at breaking above a level that's thwarted it 48 times since the start of 2015.
Two financial pros debate whether investors should hold cash or stay fully invested during earnings season.
Some of the names on the move ahead of the open.
CNBC Pro finds the most oversold stocks to buy and overbought names to sell, based on historical statistics from Kensho, an analytics tool used by hedge funds.
William Ackman's Pershing Square fund lost 7.1 percent last month, hurt largely by Valeant Pharmaceuticals' roughly 60 percent tumble in March.
Jim Cramer advised investors one year ago to avoid this risky healthcare play. Not anymore!
Jim Cramer sees a dark cloud hanging over the pharma sector, thanks to Valeant.
Jim Cramer revealed what could help spark Tesla’s stock.
A strengthening economy will allow for more tightening of monetary policy as the year goes on, Cleveland Fed President Loretta Mester said Friday.
Options trader bets Delta shares are set to take off.
Emerging markets were one of the best performing parts of the global stock market in March. So, can they keep the party going?
As the U.S. dollar index weakens, profits can be made by looking at a few specific ETFs according to these traders.
The Fed's dovish posture and today's economic data is a positive for stocks.
A persistent low-growth economic environment coupled with morphing monetary policies is leading investors to seek shelter in high-quality stocks.
The Labor Department said on Friday that the unemployment rate was 5.0 percent in March. But does that tell the whole story?
A tightening labor market and inflation gains against a backdrop of slowing growth are painting a stagflationary picture for the economy.
Millennials are avoiding the stock market for reasons that might surprise you.
Anbang backed out of the Starwood bidding war because it was bringing too much attention to the company, CNBC's Jim Cramer says.
As stocks recovered from their losses in 2016, volatility reached a new low this week, setting a potential winning trade.
March's solid jobs report showed a surprising jump in wages and hiring, but there's also a warning signal of slower labor growth ahead.