Analysts say the stars are aligned for crude to hit a rock-bottom price during this quarter.
Are you ready skeedaddy???!!! It's time for the Lightning Round. Cramer makes the call on viewer favorites.
Gold edged down, but managed to hold above $1,200 an ounce on a weaker dollar after poor economic data raised doubts over the US growth outlook.
The pain may finally be coming to an end for these names, says “Mad Money” host Jim Cramer.
Amid grim projections for first quarter GDP growth, "Fast Money" traders discussed how to play consumer-driven companies.
A BMW ad featuring a "crazy" lady scaring a couple is drawing heat from a mental health advocacy group that wants the ad yanked.
All that's left is for BIT shares to be moved into shareholders' brokerage accounts, a process that should be finished by next week.
The move will not apply to workers at franchisee-owned restaurants, which make up 90 percent of U.S. stores.
US oil closed up more than 5% after government data showed inventories rose for a 12th consecutive week.
As concerns about the glut of oil in the world continues to weigh, some have questioned why prices haven't fallen even further.
Nonbank mortgage lending rose to 37.5 percent of the market during 2014, up from 14 percent in 2011. Who are the players?
The landscape ahead will be different now that stimulus from the Federal Reserve and elsewhere is losing its impact, Bill Gross said.
U.S. stocks closed lower on Wednesday as investors weighed softness in economic data ahead of Friday's important jobs report.
Oil companies are cutting dividends. Banks are a mess. Apple's dividend is the best stock income bet going, and it's about to get bigger.
Private business job creation decelerated in March as an economic slowdown put a dent in activity.
"There's a significant and growing disparity between the stock market and the economy," real estate mogul Sam Zell tells CNBC.
Cornerstone Macro's Carter Worth says the market is due for a major reboot, and he has the charts to prove it.
Surveys show investors have no idea what's going to happen to the stock market next. Here's how to trade the unknown.
Two entrepreneurs - one Spanish, the other Portuguese - tell CNBC.com how they have managed their business during tough economic times.
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