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One of the great market mysteries was why the Fed was so reluctant to enact a seemingly innocuous quarter-point rate hike. Mystery solved.
Asian markets closed mostly up, in a sign of returning stability despite lingering headwinds over China and lower commodity prices.
The world is awash in oil, and the glut shows no signs of letting up.
Jim Cramer explains the downstream implications of falling oil prices to the stock market, and it could be bad news for bonds.
After oil prices slid again Tuesday, some "Fast Money" traders contended retail and consumer stocks could benefit.
Biotech CEOs say that drug pricing needs to be balanced enough to support research and development.
China's December exports fell 1.4 percent from a year earlier, while imports slid 7.6 percent, both much less than economists had expected.
Drug costs continue to rise and will only get worse moving forward, one expert contended Tuesday.
As earnings season gets underway, a group of stocks could be poised to move higher, if history is any guide.
Starbucks CEO Howard Schultz considers betting on China now as an opportunity to invest ahead of the growth curve.
While some bullish market watchers argue that oil's hit a bottom, this pro says that oil's poised for more lows.
While many investors are eyeing oil, the Saudis and OPEC as a marker for stocks, this expert says that this is the real driving factor.
Check out Boston Scientific CEO Michael Mahoney's revealing update on the state of the company's products.
RIP Toys R Us: Retailers can expect to keep shelling out for a presence in Times Square because of the exposure it provides.
Tiger Woods was the third-highest earner in golf last year, relinquishing the top spot for the first time in one ranking.
Many people donning tailored suits and designer shoes are buying thousands of dollars worth of Powerball tickets.
The NFL's Chargers, Rams and Raiders are all looking to move to Los Angeles, but at least one of them likely won't make it there.
The consumer discretionary sector, which was the best performer in 2015, is down over 4 percent this year. One trader's big bet the pain will continue.
Tesla's chief executive, Elon Musk, says an Apple Car isn't a threat.
The parent company of the online real-estate platform is re-branding as Ten-X.