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The CEO of one of the nation's largest electric utilities said on Monday that President Obama's clean-energy plan needs to be fully digested first.
The so-called market fear gauge could be indicating more gains for stocks.
The luxury markets worldwide are under pressure again.
Check out the companies making headlines after the bell Monday: Allstate, Avis, Chegg & more.
Twitter shares hit an all-time low close on Monday amid lingering concerns about long-term user growth and profitability.
The department store's shares fell nearly 8 percent after it issued a second-quarter performance update.
Apple shares moved into correction territory, but BTIG analyst Walter Piecyk says it can shake off the dip.
Apple shares pierced through their 200-day moving average Monday, setting up a big battle between bulls and bears this week.
While recent data on the consumer have been less than encouraging, the market is sending a different signal, strategist Tom Lee says.
Despite Ford's strong auto sales in July, the stock will not move because of the company's international markets, CNBC's Jim Cramer said on Monday.
Third Point's Dan Loeb crushed the market over the last 20 years—with a simple Buffett-like strategy.
Energy stocks have seen months of declines, but they're still trading at a remarkably rich valuation.
The Athens stock exchange ended its torrid first day of trading in five weeks 16.2 percent lower, after it reopened for the first time in five weeks.
Copper tumbled to a six-year low on Monday, as weak manufacturing data and the selloff in Chinese equities continued to weigh on industrial metals.
“Mad Money” host Jim Cramer wants you to look for a major discount on this stock if China tumbles.
WTI and Brent closed in on their lowest price levels for the year with analysts highlighting a raft of reasons for the fall.
Some of the names on the move ahead of the open.
The price of crude oil collapsed 21 percent in July, setting up a potential winning trade ahead for retail stocks, if history is any guide.
The stock market could be poised for up to a 10 percent decline as this happens, strategist Russ Koesterich tells CNBC.
Oppenheimer's Ari Wald says the combination of narrowing breadth and seasonal weakness could set up for a stock market pullback.