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Friday marks the worst point loss for the Dow in four years and the biggest trading volume day of the year.
Top aides to the leaders of North and South Korea resumed talks on Sunday after negotiating through the night in a bid to ease tensions.
Some things just don't add up. The S&P 500 doesn't have 500 stocks. The Nasdaq 100? Think again. And the Wilshire 5000? Anything but 5,000.
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The steep selloff may say more about the outlook for emerging markets than U.S. companies in the fourth quarter, fund managers and analysts say.
Hillary Clinton followed email rules and common practice, her lawyer said in a letter obtained by NBC News.
Two popular indicators show fear is at a fairly extreme level.
It's not China's fault that global markets have become overly dependent on its growth, according to Wells Fargo's Anthony Cragg.
As the market rout continued Friday, CNBC's Jim Cramer said this is the time for American leadership to step up.
SolarCity CEO Lyndon Rive fired back against claims and bets made by Jim Chanos, one of the world's largest short sellers.
After warning months ago that the market was overheated, Nobel Prize-winning economist Robert Shiller still thinks it's overpriced.
Despite markets selloff, two portfolio managers said they believe U.S. stocks are the place to be as long as people invest wisely.
The market is in a panic mode, but the selloff will eventually become a buying opportunity, Nuveen Asset Management's Bob Doll said Friday.
After the Dow Jones industrial average plummeted 530 points Friday, CNBC "Fast Money" traders looked for value.
The Dow Jones industrial average entered correction territory Friday amid global growth concerns and continuous selling in the oil market.
Jim Cramer reviews the horrendous week on Wall Street and lays out his game plan for what he will be watching next week.
Robert W. Baird analyst Will Power said that people shouldn't be bearish on Apple stock because of the performance of its watch.
For the S&P 500, the Dow Jones industrial average and the Nasdaq, this week marks the worst since 2011.