Trade war fears have stocks in panic mode. Here's what to know.
Bitcoin remains near $7,400 most of Wednesday. Here's what you need to know.
Volatility is back, and chaos has ensued, but the bull market party isn't over yet, says this market expert.
This market expert explains why Italy's sudden political crisis is weighing on markets Tuesday.
Short-sellers have had a rough go of it during the ten-year bull market. But, things may be about to change.
'A lot of shorts have started to work. A little sanity is returning,' one source says.
With the President at his Florida golf club for a second day, markets rise for a second day. Could those events be related?
Stock markets are seeing bigger fluctuations this year amid speculation over signs of accelerating inflation, the pace of Federal Reserve rate increases and U.S. trade tensions with China. That's a relief for JPMorgan and other Wall Street firms following a bout of unusually calm -- and less lucrative -- trading conditions in 2017.
Financial stocks have shown remarkably consistent gains since the presidential election.
Carley Garner says the complacency in this market is unprecedented, and this month is on target to be the least volatile month for equity markets in modern history.
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