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These stocks weren't the best in 2015, but this analyst says they're poised for a comeback in 2016.
BlackRock expects single-digit stock market returns and another year of volatility in markets for 2016.
Markets are in the red for the first trading day of 2016, but financial advisors say investors' best bet is to stay the course.
Monday's market mauling only helped underscore the Fed's big challenge this year, namely raising interest rates in a slow-growth environment.
CNBC Pro looks at the history of the first trading day of the year and whether it foretells bigger losses ahead.
Cathie Wood, CIO at ARK Invest, gives her outlook on two tech giants: Amazon and Apple.
Traders may have set the bar just low enough for Apple to succeed in coming quarters, FBR's Daniel Ives says.
CNBC Pro ran the numbers and found all the ways to trade the big drop in Chinese stocks for U.S. investors.
The start of 2016 saw a spike in volatility, and investors should expect more market swings this year, Mohamed El-Erian contended.
There's a case to be made for the Dogs of the Dow, even as stocks start 2016 down. They offer yields that can pay off a mortgage.
The biggest concern Citi Private Bank's global head of managed investments has for 2016 is a significant change in Chinese economic data.
The existence of circuit breakers and concern the Chinese market would close early may have exacerbated a sell-off.
The S&P will drop more than 20 percent in 2016, according to Michael Pento. Here are his other predictions for the year ahead.
Oil could break below $20 as tensions between Iran and Saudi Arabia rise, oil analyst John Kilduff says.
CNBC senior markets commentator Michael Santoli gives his outlook for 2016's financial markets.
Some of the names on the move ahead of the open.
Fed-induced bubbles in bonds, commercial real estate and parts of the stock market could soon pop, former Wells Fargo CEO Richard Kovacevich says.
It was a very unhappy New Year for equity bulls as a slew of factors helped to curb sentiment on Monday.
U.S. stocks opened sharply lower in a global equities sell off that started with a report showing a tenth month of decline in Chinese manufacturing.
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