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    Material and industrial stocks are already showing early signs of growth in the U.S., making it a good time to consider buying their shares.

  • TheStreet has narrowed down the hundreds of bank stocks trading below $5 to five names with up to 100 percent upside implied by analysts' consensus price targets.

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    Corporations Tuesday were again taking advantage of historic low yields and a receptive bond market to issue bucket loads of new debt.

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    Traders, across the financial markets and around the world, expect to spend another day Tuesday watching Italian bonds.

  • Fast Money Web Extra

    The Fast Money crew offers special CNBC.com-only advice on your investments.

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    After almost three months in hibernation, the initial public offerings market is coming back to life with a slew of new deals on the calendar.

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    It's a challenging time to invest when company fundamentals are ignored. Investing in this type of environment takes a strategy that addresses long-term needs by managing short-term unpredictability.

  • Best Buy's plan to pay $1.3 billion to buy out its British partner in a mobile phone venture and close 11 UK stores was "the right decision," JPMorgan senior retail analyst Chris Horvers told CNBC Monday.

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    Corporations are rushing to tap the debt market, drawn by low interest rates and a window of opportunity before year end.

  • Market Ready to Breakout?

    Insight on a "stellar" earnings season and what it means for the markets, with the Fast Money traders.

  • Here are five alternatives to stock and bond investments worth considering.

  • MF Global

    The fall of MF Global has all the potential for a blockbuster movie: 200+ year old firm, commodity traders, missing money and a fallen hero, Jon Corzine. But for its former clients that had money in segregated accounts, it’s nothing short of a nightmare on Wall Street.

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    "I think we might get a little more focused on the headlines out of D.C.," one trader said.

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    Sanford C. Bernstein initiated coverage of the Internet sector and picked Google and Amazon as two stocks with "sustainable competitive advantages and strong growth potential" in a research report released on Friday.

  • It's the basic question when investing in a stock: Is it on the way up or down? To answer this question, the street has developed numerous ways of attempting to predict what will happen, estimating various attributes tied to stock performance in order to determine what the future holds for a company's valuation. After dissecting companies’ business prospects, Wall Street analysts come up with price targets of where they think a stock is headed. With estimates from Thomson Reuters, CNBC’s analyti

    So, which mid-cap stocks do Wall Street analysts predict have the biggest potential to pop from current stock prices? Click ahead to find out!

  • A tour bus passes the Wall Street bull in the financial district January 22, 2007 in New York City.

    If there is a rebound in the tech sector, some of the beaten-down tech stocks could easily see huge moves if large institutional buyers return and overwhelm the sellers, reports TheStreet.

  • Groupon CFO: IPO Pricing

    Jason Child, Groupon chief financial officer, weighs in on how he thinks the company's first day of trading will go.

  • Traders dove into put options Thursday, buying puts at a 3:1 pace over calls, sending trading volume far above the open interest going into today's session.

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    Economists expect to see that 95,000 U.S. jobs were added in October as local governments continued to let go of workers and companies remained reluctant to take on new hires.

  • Markets rise and markets fall, sometimes by hundreds of points, but Mario Gabelli says that doesn't bother him because he takes a longer-term perspective. "Markets fluctuate," the CEO of Gamco Investors told CNBC Thursday. "We want to figure out where is the market going to be a year and a half from now."