Despite trade war fears and market declines, the economic backdrop remains strong, analysts say.
Stocks fell Monday with the Dow's losing streak stretching to five days as trade tensions linger, but investor Doug MacKay says it's only temporary.
The "Closing Bell" team discusses the market's reaction to trade tensions with China. With Bertelsen, Aviance Capital Management; CNBC's Mike Santoli; and CNBC Contributor Evan Newmark.
The looming trade war has become an actual trade war, according to John Rutledge, chief investment officer of Safanad.
The Fed will likely be slow to raise interest rates amid political turmoil, says veteran trader Art Cashin.
Today's market declines are a buying opportunity, say analysts.
Billionaire restaurant owner Tilman Fertitta gets into the food delivery business with the purchase of Waitr for $308 million.
Jim Cramer outlines three reasons why this market rally should be taken seriously.
Dropbox beats analyst expectations during its first earnings report as a public company. Drew Houston, the company's CEO, credits partnerships with other companies as part of the success.
Jim Cramer issues a new call on Whirlpool after first quarter earnings and the president’s tariffs.
Jim Cramer says top technology companies like Facebook and Amazon are behind today's market rally.
Jim Cramer says investors don't need to panic over the rising 10-year yield.
Jim Cramer's charts could signal trouble in the market. But it might also be nothing.
The technology sector's bad month is a prime buying opportunity for investors, says one analyst.
Veteran trader Art Cashin says this year's market volatility is reminiscent of the 1987 stock market crash.
President Trump's Twitter feed may be the best indicator of what to buy on Wall Street, says one economist.
Market plunges on first day of second-quarter trading, but some analysts remain bullish.
Even as tech stocks tank, the market remains bullish, says one analyst.
J.P. Morgan told clients that the Federal Reserve's reluctance to forecast four rate hikes in 2018 should spur a "goldilocks" rally in stocks.
UBS Managing Director Art Cashin says Trump's tariffs were the biggest pain in the market today, causing all major indexes to take a nosedive.