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CNBC's Jim Cramer explains how the recent performance in FANG stocks actually points to a dire market situation.
Jim Cramer lays out his game plan next week. It will all about the Fed, Fed, Fed with a side of China.
Some of the names on the move ahead of the open.
The VIX has suddenly snapped back, and one trader says the rise in volatility is just getting started.
CNBC Pro highlights the top performing stocks this week and analyzes whether the good times will continue.
Small-cap stocks have largely outperformed the S&P this year, but here's why they're now getting hit hard.
Tom Lee says 1904’s flat first half and stellar second half might be repeated in 2015. But could a “rich man’s panic” be on tap instead?
Chinese shares slid 8.5 percent on Monday, indicating no reprieve to the violent selling rocking the country's equity market.
Second-quarter earnings are now slated to be negative, and there's a clear culprit for the drop.
Jim Cramer is ready to strike now while the Chinese iron is hot! Here are the best stocks to gobble up.
The "Fast Money" traders delivered their 'out of this world' trades.
They come with a higher yield, but jumbo CDs have more than one downside.
Pimco's chief investment officer for global credit, Mark Kiesel, is bullish on the housing sector and told CNBC on Friday that "rising confidence" is why.
Jim Cramer thinks leadership is lacking, which prompted the market to get crushed Friday.
From software companies to drugmakers to fast food chains, economic weakness in China is denting multinationals' financials this earnings season.
Mobile payments firm Square has confidentially filed for an initial public offering, according to one report.
Dollar strength, weak oil weigh on earnings.
McGraw Hill is nearing a deal to pay more than $2 billion for SNL Financial, a financial data and information company owned by New Mountain Capital.
Investors have watched with interest as indexes this year have set new highs. The latest record to fall is for not doing much of anything at all.
Twitter and Facebook—two of the biggest names in social media—report back-to-back earnings Tuesday and Wednesday.