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Some strategists say under-the-surface fissures in the market are becoming increasingly apparent.
Raymond James reveals the current market predictions of the two main investment philosophies and how they assess the market differently.
The demise of small-caps is the latest example of the market losing faith in the themes that had been driving this year's rally.
Markets' positive momentum has been sapped by the Trump administration's political follies, writes Boris Schlossberg of BK Asset Management.
Dalio compared the current climate to 1937, as Hitler rallied Germans and the U.S. plunged further into the economic abyss.
Caterpillar shares have been on a tear – rallying 35 percent in the past year, but one technician says there could be trouble ahead.
Some companies hope to get a boost from millions of people traveling in the U.S. to see Monday's once-in-a-century solar eclipse.
Credit Suisse released a list of "seven retail sins," listing problems faced by retailers evident in earnings reports over the past weeks.
The full interview with Sam Stovall and Jeff Kleintop.
Bank of America Merrill Lynch raised its rating on Lululemon shares to buy from underperform.
SunTrust reiterated its buy rating on Shake Shack despite sales cannibalization from current and upcoming store overlap.
Fund manager Paul Meeks changes his mind about technology stocks.
Stocks are technically weakened, and traders are hoping to get past the Fed's Jackson Hole symposium without any new bombshells.
Jefferies lowers its rating for Nike to hold from buy, citing lost sales to Adidas.
Some of the names on the move ahead of the open.
Bannon's out. Wall Street is finally paying attention! Plus, good times at Jackson Hole. And, are eclipses good for the market?
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