The Federal Reserve will have a harder time making the case for a September rate hike if commodity prices continue to slip, analysts say.» Read More
Technical analysts, those who study charts to make buying and selling decisions, believe a bigger pullback could begin this week.
"Mad Money" host Jim Cramer has some choice words for the futures market.
The dollar’s run-up over the past six months is pinching small exporters, who say they’re facing pricing pressure and overseas competition.
Exchange-traded funds have surged in popularity in 2015, but it's not U.S. equities that are leading the charge.
Chart analyst John Kosar looks at money flows to determine which group of stocks are ready to pop.
JPMorgan Funds' David Kelly said there's no need to overreact to one miss on jobs.
Some traders are betting on a big rally in NetApp.
Tom Lee tells CNBC he is not too concerned with Friday's disappointing jobs report, but said he is watching GDP growth in Q2.
The Fed is putting a wrench in how markets should be working by continuing to keep interest rates so low, Morgan Stanley Wealth Management's David Darst tells CNBC.
Despite Friday’s disappointing jobs numbers, the dollar will rein supreme assuming the Federal Reserve raises rates before year-end, analysts say.
As more and more companies hike wages, is a Fed rate hike next?
A heady election season is underway in the U.K. Here's how traders are trying to profit.
Virtu Financial, an electronic trading firm, said it expects to raise up to $314 million in an initial public offering of its shares.
Some of the names on the move ahead of the open.
Four top technicians check the charts on 4 stocks that could see technical difficulties in the second quarter.
The "Fast Money" traders give their final trades of the day.
Interest rates have been virtually zero since 2008. Blame the economy, not the Fed, says Ben Bernanke, the former chairman of the Federal Reserve.This is a link to a Bankrate.com story.
Investors pushed up Nigerian securities following a historic election this week, but will the optimism last?
Raymond James energy analyst Darren Horowitz said on Thursday that a lot of factors point to more oil price drops yet to come.
The most recent leg up for the Israeli markets, and leg down for regional competitors, came after Benjamin Netanyahu's election victory.