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Despite earnings, investors cannot help but notice the continuing impact of the strong dollar on tech revenues.
Regulators indicated they'd gotten to the bottom of the "flash crash." Many on Wall Street, though, believe the work is only starting.
It's true we have been seeing low volume and low volatility, but we are on the verge of breaking out of a trading range we have been in all year.
Central bankers may be mulling another interest rate cut after PMI fell to its lowest level in a year.
A majority of the 4,371 respondents to a recent survey said a better app than the one their current bank offers would convince them to switch.
Billionaire hedge fund manager Ray Dalio would like to discuss "secular stagnation" over a beer with Ben Bernanke and Larry Summers.
New revelations revealed in the flash crash investigation.
We are finally in the heart of earnings season, and two clear trends are emerging.
The U.S. stock market may be having a roller-coaster year, but you won't find many screaming investors riding the tracks.
The Janus Capital bond guru believes that German debt is representing a huge opportunity.
A period of consolidation has investors worried that the Dow's long-term uptrend has run its course, but charts suggest otherwise.
If company earnings are cooked, so is the market, according to Greenlight Capital.
Here are three explanations I have heard for the market action in the last two days.
The reason why the economy is so susceptible to dollar strength may be that the recovery isn't really what it's cracked up to be.
Despite muted performance in 2014, investors have more hedge funds than ever to choose from, according to new data.
Some estimate China's lower requirements for bank reserves could free up about $160 billion.
The market is about to undergo a "regime change" that will cause a fundamental reordering of which stocks will perform best, BofAML says.
Fast-growing Stone Ridge Asset Management has poached execs from Credit Suisse, BNP Paribas and Morgan Stanley in recent weeks.
Investors piled into safe harbors as fears rose over a Greek exit on Friday, sending bond yields tumbling.
Eric Mindich's Eton Park hedge fund was up big in the first quarter thanks to winning bets in Europe and Asia, especially Germany and Japan.