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Jim Cramer says when these two elements occur for a stock, the bulls will begin to dance.
U.S. government debt yields were lower on Friday morning as U.S. gross domestic product for the second quarter missed economists' expectations.
In a speech that concluded with a standing ovation from the crowd, Michelle Obama reminded people what the 2016 election is all about.
United Parcel Service reported quarterly earnings and revenue that met analysts' expectations on Friday.
Oil giants ExxonMobil and Chevron took some major hits in Q2, but here's what happens next.
European stocks recovered to close in the black on Friday as investors worked their way through another raft of European earnings.
Florida Gov. Rick Scott said that his state has become the first state in the nation to have the Zika virus transmitted locally via mosquitoes.
U.S. stock index futures pointed to a mostly lower open Friday amid earnings and after second-quarter GDP showed a 1.2 percent annualized growth rate.
Spirit Airlines on Friday reported second-quarter earnings that topped expectations.
Wilbur Ross and Peter Navarro say we need an "art of the deal" negotiator like Trump to fix US trade policy.
These are the stocks posting the largest moves before the bell.
An historic and iconic portrait of England's Elizabeth I has been "saved" and put into public ownership for the first time in its history.
"Envy and isolationism" were the forces that contributed to the U.K.'s decision to leave the European Union, Stephen Hawking said.
Clinton, who has spent more than two decades in the public eye, is now the first woman nominee of a major American party.
Industry has been squeezed by low interest rates and falling industry prices as well as the aftermath of storms in Europe and the United States.
London needs to have a special role in negotiations over the U.K.'s exit from the European Union, Sadiq Khan, Mayor of London, told CNBC Friday.
Japan shares whipsawed and the yen surged after the BOJ threw markets a smaller-than-expected bone in its keenly watched decision on Friday.
British bank Barclays reported a 21 percent drop in first-half profit before tax as the costs of disposing its non-core business weighed on earnings.
The market for iron ore has in decline since 2011 amid an extended commodities crash, but things may be looking up for the steel-making commodity.
Growth in the smartphone market is starting to cool after a frenetic few years, but a little-known smartphone maker, OPPO, is making heads turn.
Swiss lender warns that volatility, uncertainty, and geopolitical tensions were causing client "risk aversion" and depressing transaction volume.
Dubbed as the “definition of adventure” by its pilots, CNBC takes a look back at some of Solar Impulse 2’s most noteworthy moments during its world trip.
The level of non-performing loans at European Union banks will be in the spotlight as the region’s biggest banks face stress tests on Friday.
The Bank of Japan pledged to increase purchases of exchange-traded funds but kept interest rates steady at the close of it's two-day meeting on Friday.
Khizr Khan, whose son died in 2004, says Trump should go to Arlington Cemetery and see all faiths, genders and ethnicities.
Chelsea Clinton revealed a side of her mother that had been unknown to many Americans.
The NBA's all-time leading scorer had some harsh words about Republican nominee Donald Trump's views and ideas pertaining Muslims.
Japan has aimed a lot of firepower at keeping its currency weak, but a stronger yen might be just what it really needs, said Saxo Bank's CIO Steen Jakobsen.
Don't fall for Donald Trump's tricks this election, New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo says.
Jim Cramer is high on this stock as a speculative play on cannabis. He gave his take on various caller stocks in the Lightning Round.
Jim Cramer broke down why you can’t live without Facebook.
Second-quarter GDP Friday may shed light on whether the U.S. economy bounced back from a first-quarter slump or is stuck in a rut.
Jim Cramer wasn't worried about Facebook's paring earlier gains on Thursday. In fact, he sees it going a lot higher over time. Here's why.
The "Fast Money" traders debated whether to invest in Amazon or Alphabet after both companies posted strong earnings.
Jim Cramer is going crazy from the inconsistency of the American consumer and makes a call on what Amazon’s earnings could reflect.