Crude oil took a severe leg lower on EIA's report, but there's much more than fundamentals fueling the energy story.
The U.K. is the single biggest foreign direct investor in the U.S. Brexit ripple effects could be wider than some have imagined.
A flurry of IPO filings at the end of last week brought the June total to 17, signaling a turnaround in the IPO market, Bob Pisani reports.
Pitting the bulls and bears against each other to see whether "TINA" or the slower earnings story wins out in the second half of 2016.
Brexit may torpedo any chance of a return to positive earnings growth for the S&P 500 for the year.
Recent advances by market laggards show buying interest and seller exhaustion are driving prices.
The dollar remained relatively calm while investors rushed into the safety of gold after British voters' decision to leave the EU.
Looking beyond today's global market turmoil, Brexit could have far-reaching effects on the earnings equation for the rest of 2016.
In the wake of a global selloff, Brexit could be changing the market narrative in a big way.
The "smart" money may be betting against a "Brexit" but harsh weather and asymmetric risk could be raining on investors' parade.
It's the year's first unicorn to go public, and the first IPO to price above its proposed range since December.
The future for solar energy has never looked brighter and Tesla has just made a play to be a major factor in that equation by acquiring SolarCity.
Britain as an unwilling partner is just as devastating as Britain leaving, so a stay result has a similar impact on the dollar index to an exit result.
CNBC's Bob Pisani explains whether investors missed the recent rally in gold or if there's still time to get behind it.
The stock market's main Fed confusion stems from not knowing how much weight the central bank places on external factors like Brexit.
U.S. and foreign investors have woken up to the fact that a Brexit could become a reality.
MSCI will announce whether it will expand its coverage to include mainland China stocks Tuesday.
Brexit talk is churning markets, but the pain trade could be lower now that investors are no longer positioned for an exit.
CNBC's Bob Pisani describes the deciding factors that could take the S&P to a new high.
The 2130 level is a tough resistance level for the S&P 500 index and this offers traders three types of opportunities.
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