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Jim Cramer explains why it would be a bad idea to go against the grind on Starbucks.
The market is on a two-day rally, but is the selling over? Ahead of the FOMC next week, the experts weigh in.
The savings from the world's massive oversupply of crude are finally making their way into American gas tanks.
Banks are raising red flags about energy loans on their books, but they may be unable to bring down the hammer on drillers.
A group of stocks could be poised to buck the year's sell-off trend, based on their track records during earnings season.
The growing exchange-traded fund space has endured a rocky stretch this year along with broader markets.
Shares of the media giant jumped 3 percent this week, but one trader says the stock isn't looking so magical.
The stock market correction has been tough enough on Wall Street pros, but it's exacted an even worse toll on retail investors.
Despite the slide in crude, one strategist believes short covering will trigger a bounce in oil prices.
CNBC "Halftime Report" trader Jon Najarian sold his beer and gun stocks for his model portfolio Friday after a bounce.
With the Nasdaq headed for its worst month since 2008, the top U.S. tech companies prepare to address nervous investors.
"The pipeline is very big," NYSE's Tom Farley says.
HSBC's co-head of Asian economics research tells CNBC the U.S. can live with a slowing Chinese economy.
"Obviously the market is very fragile," says Zhu Min, deputy managing director of the International Monetary Fund.
Despite higher volatility and lower returns, 2015 was another record year for ETF flows, with roughly $242 billion in net inflows
Starbucks investors are worried that coffee consumption may be weakening in China, CNBC's Jim Cramer says.
As investors question the future of specific stocks, one portfolio manager says they should instead be looking to the past.
Some of the names on the move ahead of the open.
As crude oil prices rally back above $30 per barrel, the chairman of Vedanta Resources told CNBC that the only way was up for the commodity.
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