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Jim Cramer went off the charts to speak with two technicians who both saw sunnier days ahead for crude.
Widely followed investor Warren Buffett said he has "zero" interests in jumping into the activist investing scene.
Check out the companies making headlines after the bell Tuesday: SanDisk, Intel, JPMorgan & more.
The U.S. economy likely would not support an interest rate hike this year, a top Federal Reserve official told CNBC.
The "Fast Money" traders took their positions ahead of Wednesday's big earnings.
Reid Hoffman, co-founder of LinkedIn, is focused on finding "radically bold, new or contrarian" companies.
Investors are losing patience with airline stocks' underperformance as they worry industry conditions may deteriorate.
Investors fear a "black swan" catastrophic event in the financial markets right now more than ever before.
Twitter shares rallied more than 5 percent Tuesday after announcing companywide layoffs, and now traders are betting big money on a turnaround.
Improving economic data and the potential announcement of new stimulus may boost Chinese stocks in the fourth quarter, Timothy Moe said.
Third-quarter revenue is projected to fall for the third consecutive quarter, a troubling trend, according to one strategist.
"I don't like job cuts, don't get me wrong ... but I think Twitter was bloated," CNBC's Jim Cramer said.
Sharp swings in the currency markets have taken their toll on overall global wealth, shrinking it for the first time since the global financial crisis.
Conventional wisdom holds that retirees should not enter their golden years still holding a mortgage. Should they really?
Global oil demand growth is expected to slow in 2016, according to the International Energy Agency, but no one seems to have told OPEC.
Some of the names on the move ahead of the open.
Emerging markets aren't just suffering through another market rout—it's a third wave of the financial crisis, Goldman said.
The chart of the Chinese currency looks exactly like the charts of the S&P 500, the VIX and crude oil, technician Richard Ross shows.
There has been an inconsistency in the behavior of the Dow and that of the S&P 500 and Nasdaq over the past few weeks.
As earnings kick off, "Fast Money" traders looked at JPMorgan Chase, Delta Air Lines and other stocks that could pop after results.