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Some of the names on the move ahead of the open.
Anemic corporate earnings and monetary policy abroad should keep U.S. bonds from skyrocketing, Doug Cote said.
Bankers are seeing few signs that their institutions — and their bonuses — will stage a full recovery anytime soon.
Traders will look to retail data next week for further support of economic growth — from the consumer.
Just as it seemed like 2015 would be a total wipeout for hedge funds, October brought the industry some life.
Where's the action? Traders on the NYSE floor—and those on sell-side desks around the city—are disappointed at the market's reaction.
While there are 40 days and a minefield or three to negotiate before the next Fed meeting, markets believe they know what's going to happen.
A stunningly strong October jobs report will leave some traders happy with their sector bets and send others scrambling to revise theirs.
Job growth surged in October, rebounding from a late-summer slowdown that raised concerns about whether global slowness was infecting the U.S.
These are the stocks posting the largest moves before the bell: HUM, CI, DIS, DD, DWA, SHAK & more
A review by key banking regulators raises red flags about risks in the nation's lending system, noting that credit risk in the U.S. remains high.
Billionaire buy-and-hold investor Ron Baron said Friday he sees three factors driving the stock market in the long term.
The Dow, S&P 500, and Nasdaq remain on pace for a sixth consecutive positive week for the first time in 2015.
Traders on Friday will comb through the first of two key employment reports that could determine the likelihood of a rate hike in December.
Check out the companies making headlines after the bell Thursday: Shake Shack, Monster Beverage, Weight Watchers & more.
With few indicators pointing to a recession, this could be just the time investors should start preparing for ... a recession.
A Chicago jury convicted the first trader on charges of "spoofing" — placing fake trades. Will more traders face prison time? Jon Najarian weighs in.
Hedge fund compensation is catching up with performance, and for some of those in the business that's not going to be a good thing.
The first wave of mid-sized oil and gas drillers has reported, and the results are more encouraging than many had anticipated.
The latest stock gains are just a "bear market rally," says market analyst Peter Boockvar. "This is just the mega-cap bounce."