For those Americans who woke up with a Superbowl-induced hangover, Wall Street can empathize. All three major U.S. indexes dropped, with banking stocks among the leaders.
Stocks continue their sell off mid-afternoon Monday with investors finding little reason to jump back into equities as the risks over oil and earnings persisted.
Stocks fall to session lows on Monday morning as investors find little reason to buy with no good news to turn around sentiment since Friday's big selloff.
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Stock futures pick up where they left off on Friday, extending a sharp selloff on worries over oil and disappointing earnings.
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Facebook received a big blow earlier today when India announced its Free Basics service has been banned in India.
With Chipotle Mexican Grill closing stores for lunch Monday to review its safety procedures, Moe's Southwest Grill is going on the offensive, targeting its rival.
If you don't believe the world is going to hell in a hand basket, one analyst believes you buy Tesla.
Sunday's game is America's pre-eminent sports extravaganza and it should provide a hefty return on investment for these three companies that are heavily advertising during the broadcast.
Little-known Android smartphone brand Oppo has displaced Samsung in China due to price and marketing. Does it have a future offshore?
The steep decline in oil prices over the last year has forced oil companies to pull back on production. Here's 10 large-cap oil-related companies to sell right now.
Senior energy consultant Dan Dicker admits it, he was wrong about Nobel Corp.
Phillips 66 has tied up cash in new projects that are unlikely to boost earnings in the near future.
News of restructuring sent shares of Chesapeake Energy (CHK) plummeting Monday. Is there any room for improvement?
Saudi Arabia is trying to convince its recalcitrant OPEC peers to cut production, but chances of success are slim. Here's how to profit from the free-fall in energy prices.
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Although the economy has recovered from the Great Recession, most Americans' savings still seem to be caught in 2008.
Market volatility, global instability and rising interest rates can toy with your heart, but you'll need to be rational to weather them all.
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Hyundai is the NFL's official auto sponsor, but that isn't going to stop Mini from paying millions to try to get people to stop labeling it a small car company.
The Carolina Panthers face the Denver Broncos in Super Bowl 50. And almost as big a deal is the battle of the Super Bowl ads.
SUV sales spiked in 2015 as gas prices slid. This may be the last time it makes sense to buy one with more than 100 cubic feet of cargo space.
Fiat Chrysler's sales rise 7%, GM is flat and Ford sales decline 3%. A winter storm may have delayed some shoppers.
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A match-up between the vaunted Denver Bronco defense and the incredibly well-rounded Carolina Panthers is ahead for the right to win Super Bowl 50. So who wins?
With commercials during Super Bowl 50 costing between $4.5 million and $5 million for 30 seconds, a first-time advertiser is taking a big leap of faith.
From bailed-out automakers to out-of-vogue beverage companies, there is no shortage of brands willing to spend millions on a Super Bowl makeover.
The network is selling Super Bowl ads for a record $5 million for a 30 second-spot, and it's also requiring advertisers to buy spots for its streaming broadcasts.
Cramer is taking General Electric over AO Smith and is avoiding Valero Energy.
What should you do? Cramer says sell into any strength and continue to nibble at the cheapest of stocks as they head still lower.
Investors are still coming to grips with the fact that world growth is slowing, which makes this week's game plan tricky, Cramer says.
Cramer is taking Weyerhaeuser over Louisiana-Pacific and KeyCorp over BB&T Bank.
Cramer prefers MGM Resorts over Las Vegas Sands but he's avoiding Apollo Group.
Cisco has tons of ways to return cash to shareholders via buybacks and higher dividends. It reports earnings Wednesday.
Now that nobody wants to own anything commodity-centric anymore, maybe it's time to give these beaten-down stocks a second look.
A Twitter turnaround will take several quarters. Should you stick it out? The company reports Wednesday.
These heavily shorted stocks could get squeezed much higher if they report positive earnings this month.
Cramer says Verizon offers capital preservation with its dividend and capital appreciation with its many growth opportunities.