U.S. stocks closed higher, with the Dow above 18,000 for the first time in April as investors looked ahead to the official start of earnings season.
Fast Money Trader Dan Nathan, Riskreversal.com, lays out a quick trade on Nike as the stock trades near its all-time high.
Rival Rory McIlroy will deliver tough challenges for Tiger Woods -- and not just on the greens and fairways of Augusta, Georgia.
"Fast Money" traders discussed how to play movement in Bed Bath and Beyond and other consumer names on Wednesday.
The "Fast Money" traders give their final trades of the day.
U.S. stocks closed higher as investors shook off a plunge in oil prices and digested the Federal Reserve's meeting minutes as mostly dovish.
Cowen & Co.'s David Seaburg explains why Nike is poised to rally in an environment of rising rates.
Woods had surgery on his back last year and has either withdrawn from tournaments or performed badly in them since.
The number of Cuban-Americans who support the decision to normalize relations with Cuba now stands at 51 percent, up from 44 percent in December.
U.S. stocks closed lower, giving back most of Monday's major gains, as investors eyed mixed economic data and the end of the first quarter.
Here are a few emerging industries this VC has identified as having "massive growth potential."
Some of the names on the move ahead of the open.
Can Adidas recover from 7 percent sales slip to become 'cool' again in the U.S.?
Top companies are making huge strides through their NCAA March Madness commercial spending.
U.S. stocks closed lower as investors looked ahead to a light week of economic reports amid some consolidation in currency and oil prices.
We still don’t know if an injured Tiger Woods will play at the Masters Tournament, but we do know what he’ll wear if he does.
“Mad Money” host Jim Cramer on why this rally won’t last forever and why you should take some off the table on this.
Jim Cramer highlights why Nike is the model for success in dealing with currency issues.
The strong dollar will impact earnings, the key is knowing what companies will weather the storm best, two experts said.
U.S. stocks jumped about 1 percent to close near highs, continuing several days of alternating gains and losses as investors weighed a weaker dollar.