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Friday's strong finish failed to save stock markets from a second week of losses.
The appointment of a new head for troubled Italian bank Unicredit and strong economic figures from the U.K. and Germany helped counter Brexit confusion.
Ever hear of space congestion, Bots or liquid biopsy? The phrases are part of a group of 21 investment buzzwords identified by Goldman Sachs in its annual buzzword report.
Glencore (GLCNF) announced on Wednesday that it sold a 40% stake in the company's Agricultural Products division for $2.5 billion.
Helal Miah, an investment research analyst at The Share Centre, said these miners are doing better than rivals Glencore and Anglo American.
Low oil prices have taken a huge toll on mining companies like BHP Billiton, but one analyst said the company has fared better than rivals like Glencore and Anglo American.
European stocks are mixed on Friday, after Beijing sought to calm jittery investors by suspending a circuit breaker system that halted trading twice this week.
European stocks slid back on Wednesday after oil prices resumed their descent, dampening spirits momentarily raised by robust U.S. consumer and house-price data on Tuesday.
The CNBC 'Fast Money' traders take a closer look at China, before turning their attention to the struggling solar stock known as SunEdison.
Catch up on Jim Cramer's ideas from this past week, when wrote about the true lesson of China's market bottom, and why Whole Foods' share buyback plan is a blunder.
The trading panel discussed a potential sale of SanDisk, Intel and JPMorgan Chase earnings and what's next for Netflix.
Treasury yields remain confined, even as the yield curve steepened and equities rallied.
Jim Cramer shares his views on the commodity-led rally and the truth about China. Glencore, Vale, Alcoa and Alibaba are among the stocks discussed here.
Stocks barely make any moves on Friday as investors wait until next week for the earnings season to crank up a notch.
Stocks turn positive in the final hour of trading Friday as the Dow Jones Industrial Average attempts to clinch a six-day winning session, its longest streak of 2015.
This runup is about production cutbacks, not increased demand.
Short-term interest rates will rise -- at some point before the end of time.
Jim Cramer shares his views on hope in the oil patch and the worst bets in commodities. Concho, Royal Dutch Shell, Glencore and Freeport are among the stocks discussed here.
Catch up on Jim Cramer's ideas from this past week as he discusses why this market is a rerun of 2011, and the ugly supply and demand imbalance in commodities.
There's been tremendous damage in commodities like copper, iron and coal, almost all self-inflicted. And it is likely to get worse.
Over the past few months, hefty layoffs have been announced at Kraft Heinz, Hewlett Packard and Whole Foods, among other companies.
The idea that any of these commodity companies is out of the woods is just fanciful.
Cramer says he's no longer bearish but he's not bullish either. Here are seven things that could make him change his mind.
Jim Cramer answered viewers' Twitter questions from the floor of the New York Stock Exchange. He discussed Disney, Under Armour, Ambarella and Bank of America.
Jim Cramer answered viewers' Twitter questions from the floor of the New York Stock Exchange about Disney (DIS), Under Armour (UA), Ambarella (AMBA) and Bank of America (BAC).
Decisions made years ago have proven disastrous.
Glencore's bounce back on Tuesday isn't surprising but things can change.
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