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Rally on! Dow soars 300; Nasdaq ends in the green for 2015

U.S. stocks closed more than 1.5 percent higher Monday, extending Friday's surprise intraday reversal.
Source: CNBC.com | By: Evelyn Cheng
Drive on! Using big data like 'a car engine'

The perpetual stream of so-called "big data" is processed in real time, and lends insight to the mundane activities of every day life.
Source: CNBC.com | By: Izzy Best
Oil set to balance, natgas may surge in Q4: Analyst

Oil inventories appear set to balance for the first time in eight quarters, and natural gas could surge 40 percent, Francisco Blanch said.
Source: CNBC.com | By: Tom DiChristopher
5 stocks to watch in the 4th quarter

After a brutal third quarter for stocks, "Fast Money" traders looked to their best bets ahead, including Facebook and JPMorgan.
Source: CNBC.com | By: Jacob Pramuk
How Wall Street is embracing bitcoin

The biggest names in the financial industry are looking at integrating the technology behind bitcoin into everyday use.
Source: CNBC.com | By: Matt Clinch
Five epic Wall Street fights

From Steve Cohen and the SEC to Sage Kelly's divorce, here are five epic Wall Street fights - and how they played out.
Source: CNBC.com | By: Turney Duff
Europe closes lower; Glencore soars 16.9%, oil up 2%

European equities closed in the red on Tuesday, as investors turned negative, despite recoveries in mining, autos and oil prices.
Source: CNBC.com | By: Alexandra Gibbs
Goldman Sachs cuts forecasts for S&P 500

Goldman Sachs has cut its year-end forecast for the S&P 500 due to a slower pace of economic activity in China and the U.S. as well as low oil prices.
Source: CNBC.com | By: Dhara Ranasinghe
S&P below 1900; Nasdaq off 3% as biotech weighs

U.S. stocks closed sharply lower as uncertainty about the timing of a rate hike and concerns about global economic growth continued to weigh.
Source: CNBC.com | By: Evelyn Cheng
Wall Street goes all in on climate policy

JPMorgan, Citi, Bank of America and others are putting their deep pockets and political clout behind alternative energy.
Source: CNBC.com | By: Jacob Pramuk