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Bespoke Investment released a report on "the most hated stocks in the world," with multiline retail as the big loser.
Oil prices surged toward the key $50-a-barrel level this week, but analysts say it will be hard for crude to break out of its range.
Jim Cramer explains how the telecom empires may be striking back and what that means for your investments.
Jim Cramer explains his methods for using market-wide pullbacks to buy quality stocks at "bargain" prices.
Other sectors are going to have to help make up expected lower earnings reports from Big Oil.
A technical indicator of momentum for stocks in the NASDAQ composite is the highest it's been in years.
Fear of robotics and artificial intelligence is “substantially driving the market,” according to the famed economist.
Southwest stocks were down on unit revenue growth concerns despite strong earnings.
The day Sears announced its deal with Amazon, shares of Whirlpool, Home Depot, Lowe's and other providers of home appliances dropped.
401(k)s are a popular way to save for retirement, but many people have no idea how to manage their 401(k)s when moving from job to job.
Jim Cramer reveals the one company that could get the transports flying higher.
The firm's S&P 500 price target goes to 2,500 from 2,325.
Jim Cramer pinpoints five stocks that are bouncing back after being written off by Wall Street.
The price of copper shot up more than 2 percent in trading Wednesday.
The dollar index fell on Wednesday after the release of the Federal Reserve's policy statement following its July meeting.
The CBOE Volatility Index (.VIX), widely considered the best gauge of fear in the market, fell Wednesday to its lowest on record.
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