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Consumer sentiment in the U.S. came in better than expected for January, according to a Friday report.
Despite this week's market turmoil around the world, one of Wall Street's biggest bulls maintains the end of the correction may be near.
The CME's tool for tracking the probability of a hike has dropped, most recently indicating just a 38 percent chance of a move.
In a bleak beginning to the year, only one sector of the S&P 500 is in the green so far in 2016: the utilities.
Two factors may tell you whether a stock is an attractive value pick.
David Katz, president and chief investment officer of Matrix Asset Advisors, shares his top value stock picks for 2016.
One year on, the franc is still high, and export-focused Switzerland is still feeling the pain of the SNB's decision to scrap its cap on the franc.
"The markets are very oversold, extremely oversold," says Jurrien Timmer, director of global macro research at Fidelity Investments.
Take a look at some of Friday's early movers: GE, INTC, YHOO, GS, C, BLK, & more
After being hopeful that stocks found a floor, traders are now watching to see if the market can even hold onto Thursday's lows as stocks sell off worldwide.
Jim Cramer shares his No. 1 rule to knowing when to buy stocks in a sell-off, right before the market rebounds.
Using Kensho, a quant tool used by hedge funds, CNBC Pro searched for the best stocks to buy during fourth-quarter earnings season.
The market has started off the year on the rough side, but this pro says this is the cheat code.
Jim Cramer shares the red flags to look for to know when a cheap stock is really dangerous for your portfolio.
Banks' loans are costing them more as defaults are on the rise in the U.S.
In the current market environment, CLSA's Mike Mayo looks to the financials as pillars of strength.
Check out the companies making headlines after the bell Thursday: INTC, WBMD, ADI and more.
China and oil volatility coupled with weak earnings are just a few issues weighing on markets.
There's a strange role reversal taking place Thursday.
Jeffrey Hirsch, editor-in-chief of the Stock Trader's Almanac, shares his views on what could be ahead for the market this election year.
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