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One currency strategist believes the dollar could see a boost when the Federal Reserve meets Wednesday.
The Fed will indicate it wants to raise interest rates later this year, but will not do it, BNP Paribas' Paul Mortimer-Lee says.
Asset management firms are starting to share in their sellside counterparts’ pain, according to BreakingViews.
Energy stocks have boomed in the last month, but according to one trader, the move has become a bit long in the tooth.
The past 10 years have been very good for investors, but not so much for savers.
Shares of Amazon.com have fallen sharply, but investors should still buy the stock, RBC Capital Markets' Mark Mahaney says.
Staples rang the NASDAQ opening bell as postal workers gathered to protest the company's use of low-wage employees at postal counters in its stores.
Buying the Swiss franc may be the best hedge against the United Kingdom voting to quit the European Union, according to HSBC – but not everybody agrees.
CNBC Contributor Mike Khouw offers a strategy to profit from range bound stocks.
The "Fast Money" traders deliver their final trades of the day.
Faith in the stock market is waning, according to a recent survey that shows investor confidence plummeted to nearly a 2-year low.
The small-cap index has staged a powerful rebound off the lows, which has one technical analyst forecasting further gains for the market as a whole.
With uncertainty around this week's Fed meeting gripping the bond market, one expert says buying bonds could be a terrific trade.
The benchmark S&P 500 could hit new all-time highs, but those gains will be short lived, Wells' Jim Paulsen says.
Morgan Stanley has hiked the probability of a recession hitting the global economy within the next year to 30 percent from 20 percent.
Utilities and telecommunications continue to post gains and are far and away the biggest gainers this quarter.
"Earnings and GDP are going to be especially strong in the second half of the year," BMO's Brian Belski says.
BMO Private Bank Chief Investment Officer Jack Ablin urges caution when it comes to stocks.