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US oil and gas producers are getting squeezed. Maybe it's time for the government to pump some money into the industry, says John Kilduff
The Fed paid it forward to juice the economy and the market. It may be payback time for stocks, says former Dallas Fed President Richard Fisher.
Now that it raised rates for the first time in nearly a decade, the Fed faces two new challenges going forward, says former Fed official James Kahn.
Despite all of its pops higher and lower, the stock market only looks volatile over the past 14 months or so.
Tensions in the Middle East typically drive up oil prices but the Saudia Arabia-Iran conflict will further depress prices, says Stephen Myrow.
Corporate profits are in for another brutal quarter, and it's not just the usual suspects dragging down everyone else.
China and oil are rocking stocks. Here's what investors need to do now, says UBS's Mark Haefele.
Garrett Ryan just reinvented men's underwear—and he's so confident in it, he already quit his day job! But here's the problem with his plan.
The risk in ETFs will only be apparent if and when the stock market experiences a sustained decline, says Tim Quast. Here's why.
Market hangovers haven't lasted if we look at past performance.
China's stock market drop send jitters around the globe. Here's why investors should be very worried about the country's future, says Steven Kopits.
The 2016 bull argument, for the moment, seems a bit toothless
Monday's market mauling only helped underscore the Fed's big challenge this year, namely raising interest rates in a slow-growth environment.
Don't sweat the market sell-off, writes "Fast Money" trader Jon Najarian. China has fallen — and rallied — before. And it will again.
China is a bear market. That means weak global demand, continued pressure on commodities and "one and done" for the Fed, says Ron Insana.
The S&P will drop more than 20 percent in 2016, according to Michael Pento. Here are his other predictions for the year ahead.
The existence of circuit breakers and concern the Chinese market would close early may have exacerbated a sell-off.
This fastest-growing segment of the world economy is lifting millions of its people out of poverty.
Industry experts have lots of suggestions for places that should be on any traveler's list.
On Dec. 16, two extraordinary things happened: "Star Wars: The Force Awakens" opened — and the Fed raised rates.