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The Fed governor tells CNBC the labor market is strong, but he has not made up his mind yet on whether interest rates should be raised next month.
Apple has only fallen to its current range seven times since 1990. Each of those instances was followed by a move higher.
Some of the names on the move ahead of the open.
Jim Cramer saw that investors could not hide from big bad China on Tuesday, including Apple.
The "Fast Money" traders give their final trades of the day.
Americans are now shoveling more into 401(k)s than ever before, but some people may be keeping too much in equities, Fidelity Investments reported.
Jim Cramer reminds investors that breaking up is not always hard to do. It's easy to unlock value!
Jim Cramer went back to the drawing board and presented his research on the rare biotechs that stumped him last month.
Overnight the Chinese government cracked down on short-selling. CNBC spoke with two analysts about whether the move is a good one for markets.
Etsy delivered quarterly results that topped expectations, but the stock plunged as the company warned that FX rates could hurt growth.
Check out the companies making headlines after the bell Tuesday: Etsy, Zillow, Disney & more.
Billionaire private equity professional David Rubenstein has told CNBC that oil prices will bounce back over time.
The world's most well-known tech name, Apple, is in a short-term downtrend.
Noted bull Laszlo Birinyi said investors should "stay with it" as he sees a more than 50% upside in the S&P 500.
Two market watchers contended that earnings growth and economic fundamentals could not support Laszlo Birinyi's bullish stock call.
Nasdaq has reported two outages of its Trade Reporting Facility (TRF) Tuesday.
Apple’s shares have recently taken a tumble, but one technician says the drop is a "summer buying opportunity."
Coach's transformation is starting to take hold—though you may not know it by looking at its sales performance.
The Fed's Dennis Lockhart says only a "significant deterioration" in economic momentum could persuade him to vote to wait longer for a rate hike.
The Federal Reserve will have a harder time making the case for a September rate hike if commodity prices continue to slip, analysts say.