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Some of the names on the move ahead of the open.
Jim Cramer dives in to Carnival Cruise Lines stock, and how it managed to pull off a massive turnaround.
The "Fast Money" traders give their final trades of the day.
These ETFs can protect your portfolio from rising interest rates or currency variations.
Following news of a possible merger between Royal Dutch Shell and BG Group, CNBC's Fast Money traders said now my be a good time to play oil.
If history is any indication, the 10-year could encounter some trouble when the Fed releases its minutes.
Jim Cramer thinks the FedEx acquisition could signal a big opportunistic trend that could sweep the U.S.
Most assets are priced on the high side of fair, and there's nothing absolutely cheap, Oaktree Capital's Howard Marks told CNBC.
Morgan Stanley's Adam Parker still believes the S&P 500 could hit 3,000 by 2020. Here's where he's investing.
Investors need to be wary of fixed income overall and municipal bonds specifically, says fund manager Christopher Ryon.
High valuations in the market are a result of U.S. corporations that are running their businesses vigilantly, said David Kostin of Goldman Sachs.
As a potentially tough earnings season approaches, here's why investors may want to bet on the financials.
Keene on the Market's Andrew Keene explains why Alibaba could rally 30% by the end of the year.
Dan Niles disclosed that he recently bought shares of Twitter, citing its new search deal with Google as a potential catalyst.
Tech earnings for the first quarter will be up thanks to Apple, but this will drag down earnings in the second quarter, Eric Schiffer said.
One trader is betting big that nothing will happen at all when Bed Bath & Beyond reports earnings Wednesday.
On CNBC's "Fast Money," as part of their madness challenge, the traders debate some of the best tech plays right now.
What the Federal Reserve is likely to do with interest rates is not what it should do, former Pimco co-CEO Mohamed El-Erian tells CNBC.
Warren Buffett's Berkshire Hathaway is paying $560 million for a nearly 10 percent stake in Axalta Coating Systems.
Contrarian investing is back in play and that may be the reason why active fund managers outperformed the market last quarter.