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Markets are looking through economic weakness, soft earnings and other worries toward economic rebound, strategists said Wednesday.
A new report shows more than 80,000 Americans are employed by Chinese companies, up from 15,000 five years ago. Here's where those jobs are.
Exchange-traded funds and fixed income mutual funds could potentially pose risks to the marketplace during times of stress, according to a report.
The e-commerce company met expectations for revenue but posted a big loss on earnings per share.
Jim Cramer spoke to the CEO of American Airlines Group, who is putting his whole paycheck into his company stock.
The "Fast Money" traders give their final trades of the day.
The San Francisco Fed, building on research by CNBC, found that if 1Q GDP were seasonally adjusted it would have been reported as 1.8% vs. 0.2%.
Activist investors have been snapping up McDonald's shares and one trader is betting the company's stock price rise.
Check out the companies making headlines after the bell Tuesday: Yahoo, Analog Devices, Etsy & more.
BofA technician MacNeil Curry says he expects silver prices to fall as much as 20 percent in the next several months.
Strong housing starts data and rising house prices bode well for stocks including Masco and Mohawk, an industry analyst said.
Yes transports are lower, diverging from the rising industrials. But it's not because the economy is weak, says Ron Insana.
Companies such as Wal-Mart and Costco are at the intersection between lower food and gas prices, and consumers' reticence to spend more.
Investors are hedging their bets for the upcoming leap second, according to a report. Here's why.
At least one trader stands to make a lot of money after betting on Home Depot's direction.
CNBC's Jim Cramer explains where and why the retail sector is seeing a shift.
Sustained volatility in Germany’s DAX could be a signal that bumps are ahead for U.S. stocks, according to Jeff Kilburg.
Some of the names on the move ahead of the open.
Even if rates tick higher, the S&P's richly yielding names will do just fine, predicts technician Todd Gordon.
Canaccord's Tony Dwyer is a serious bull on the market, but he's warning against chasing stocks at record levels.