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2015 is shaping up as the year the U.S. consumer will have to shine the light for the rest of the world—or else.
Investing in Cuba: it's one thing to try to ease travel restrictions and open an embassy, it's another to lift the embargo.
Much worse things than will actually happen have been priced into Russian equities, says ETF specialist Tom Lydon. Ripe for the picking?
Softer talk on Ukraine from Russian President Vladimir Putin may be an early sign of recovery, said Christopher Granville.
An unconfirmed rumor is sending McDonald's shares and options soaring.
Oracle's set to report earnings Wednesday. Rick Sherlund, managing director at Nomura Securities previews, the numbers.
Shares of OnDeck Capital, an online lender to small businesses, rose as much as 37 percent in their debut, valuing the company at up to $1.8 billion.
It's been the busiest year for IPOs since public offerings hit a record in 2000, and market debuts look set for a strong finish to 2014.
General Electric would like Russia to be in better shape now but also likes it for the long term, Chief Executive Jeff Immelt said on Wednesday.
Headlines before the bell Wednesday:
Jim Cramer thinks the Fed could be sitting on the greatest trade of a lifetime right now.
Restoration Hardware is blowing Jim Cramer's mind. He spoke with the company's CEO to find out how they are crushing the numbers.
The "Fast Money" traders give their final trades of the day.
Jim Cramer thinks that a boom could be coming, if only Goldilocks could defeat these three bears standing in the way.
Oil's swift and sudden decline is just the latest Fed-induced bubble to pop, according to Peter Schiff.
Check out which companies are making headlines after the bell Tuesday: American Apparel, Darden & more.
Behind the massive, blindly fast moves on the market's widely watched fear gauge.
The market's wild swings come as investors ponder oil's role in Fed rate decisions.
U.S. economic strength should outweigh weakness abroad as the Fed considers rates, Deutsche Bank's Joseph LaVorgna said.