The Shanghai Composite index's breakout move above its long-term resistance level near 3,400 signaled a bullish uptrend.
Corporate America will focus the greater share of cash it shells out in 2016 on buying back stocks and issuing dividends, according to Goldman Sachs.
Here's why stocks are lower today.
History suggests neither calendar nor political concerns has played much of a role in thinking among Federal Open Market Committee members.
Hello Kitty is opening a new museum exhibit, and currently graces an airline. What's behind this $6.5 billion brand's success?
Just as it seemed like 2015 would be a total wipeout for hedge funds, October brought the industry some life.
Where's the action? Traders on the NYSE floor—and those on sell-side desks around the city—are disappointed at the market's reaction.
While there are 40 days and a minefield or three to negotiate before the next Fed meeting, markets believe they know what's going to happen.
A stunningly strong October jobs report will leave some traders happy with their sector bets and send others scrambling to revise theirs.
With few indicators pointing to a recession, this could be just the time investors should start preparing for ... a recession.
Hedge fund compensation is catching up with performance, and for some of those in the business that's not going to be a good thing.
The first wave of mid-sized oil and gas drillers has reported, and the results are more encouraging than many had anticipated.
Though the conviction involved attempts to manipulate the commodities futures market, the ruling has implication for stock, too.
What may well be the most important factor is tilting in favor of a hike.
"There are going to be real problems. We're walking into a minefield of what's going on with the Fed," Icahn said.
The head of Duquesne Capital said the central bank has created a bubble of short-term investing through its zero interest rates and QE.
He is making money for himself and others by investing in companies that follow what he believes are ethical practices.
Goldman Sachs CEO Lloyd Blankfein is continuing a busy schedule while battling cancer, his top deputy said Tuesday.
With more than seven years gone from the seminal event of the financial crisis, Morgan Stanley CEO James Gorman said Wall Street has turned a corner.
"I take a lot of vacation and I'm hoping that certainly sets an example," the Netflix CEO said Tuesday.