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The global media company posted mixed results on Thursday, citing foreign currency fluctuations and lower print advertising revenues.
Coach and Michael Kors are adjusting to a new preference for smaller handbags.
As Asia kicks off a new lunar year on Monday, we used Kensho to look for the best Chinese New Year trades over the past decade.
Check out the companies making headlines after the bell Thursday: Tableau Software, LinkedIn, Lions Gate Entertainment and more.
Start-up investors are feeling a little more hopeful after a rough year, as valuations shake out in Silicon Valley.
Bob Pisani discusses dividend ETFs and the varying amounts of energy exposure.
Stocks are doing something rare on Thursday: Nothing.
If the Fed doesn't maintain its expected pace of raising interest rates, it's going to have an impact on Wall Street banks' balance sheets.
Joe Terranova bought more shares of energy stocks for his CNBC "Halftime Report" model portfolio as a play on the weakening U.S. dollar.
Early signs of capitulation by oil producers could mean a bottom is getting closer.
Less than two months after the Fed enacted its first rate hike in more than nine years, market talk already has turned to negative rates.
Lower gasoline prices have not boosted retail spending as much as investors would expect, says CNBC's Jim Cramer.
Amid the wreckage of the crude oil market, Warren Buffett's already big bet on an oil giant nears $1 billion.
ConocoPhillips slashed its dividend Thursday. Which other companies' dividends are at risk and which ones are safe?
CNBC went all the way to World War II to see if bear markets can predict recessions, and what other impact they might have.
"I doubt we will see the four rate hikes signaled a few weeks ago by Fed officials,"El-Erian said. "Two hikes are likely, if not less."
Morgan Stanley has downgraded its outlook for oil prices, expecting the supply and demand imbalance to continue for another two years.
Amid the market volatility in 2016, gold futures prices are already up nearly 8 percent this year, a trend that may continue, according to market watchers.
Saudi Arabia, Russia and other countries that heavily rely on oil revenues are getting more desperate, oil expert Daniel Yergin tells CNBC.
“Mad Money” host Jim Cramer advised investors which stock they should be riding along with.
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