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S. Robson "Rob" Walton, the eldest son of company founder Sam Walton, sold his shares in installments Wednesday and Thursday.
A daily look at the morning's key financial stories.
The prestige of the U.S. dollar is being questioned as the currency weakens, an investment manager told CNBC Monday.
Some of the names on the move ahead of the open.
Oil markets were roiled on Monday after Hurricane Harvey wreaked havoc along the U.S. Gulf coast over the weekend.
Jim Cramer explains why a technical eye is crucial to getting ahead of professional money managers.
Jim Cramer shares how he uses charts to pinpoint the best time to buy or sell.
Jim Cramer watches for one chart pattern that can tell you a stock is ready to skyrocket.
Jim Cramer teaches investors the key signals that mean it's time to sell.
Jim Cramer shares the top lessons he learned from useful — and sometimes scary — stock charts.
Investors are pulling billions from the stock market, and for widely followed strategist Jim Paulsen, that's a good sign.
Investors withdrew from U.S. stocks for 10 straight weeks, the longest streak of outflows since 2004, BofAML says, citing EPFR data.
The full interview with James Paulsen.
Credit Suisse lowers its price target for Chipotle shares, citing risk to future earnings due to higher food costs.
Using quantitative analytics tool Kensho, CNBC looked at Atlantic hurricane and tropical storm landfalls since the 1980s.
After a disappointing few years for precious metals investors, gold is finally taking the lead.
Gasoline continued its bullish run as Hurricane Harvey approached Texas refineries, but the price spread with oil could fall rapidly.
Economists are drawing inferences from her vague sentiments about the health of the overall economy.
Trump likes to take credit for gains in the Dow and it's not likely he would want to mess with that, says Jason Trennert of Strategas.
"If they look that ineffectual as we get into September, then we're going to have a problem," Cashin says.
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