It's been the economy's dirty little secret even as forecasters continue to project breakout growth that never seems to come.
Today's action is a clear lesson on how intertwined the global economy--and global investing--has become.
Investors continue to pull money out of Bill Gross' new bond fund, though the exodus slowed somewhat in July.
Oil, copper and aluminum all sank after China devalued the yuan by almost 2 percent.
There's a lot more likely IPOs on the way for the fall that want to get in on this trend.
Silicon Valley is taking on Wall Street right where it lives: in financial services that big banks either have ditched or haven't latched onto yet.
Billionaire Warren Buffett appears on CNBC and discusses a range of issues, including Berkshire Hathaway's $37 billion purchase in aircraft parts.
Stocks sank in Hong Kong because the market reacts to economic news. The mainland China market reacts to news and rumors of additional stimulus.
Of course, the popcorn matters, but it's really more about the branding and the relationship of the customer to the product.
Apple has only fallen to its current range seven times since 1990. Each of those instances was followed by a move higher.
The world's most well-known tech name, Apple, is in a short-term downtrend.
Nasdaq has reported two outages of its Trade Reporting Facility (TRF) Tuesday.
The euro-dollar has developed a broad consolidation between 1.05 and 1.14, a trend that is detached from the Greek crisis.
The luxury markets worldwide are under pressure again.
David Einhorn struggled in July, with his flagship Greenlight Capital LP fund dropping 6.1 percent, according to a source familiar with the firm.
In a newly-released investor letter, Third Point's chief Dan Loeb defended modern-day activist techniques.
Symphony's CEO David Gurle plays down talk that his company could be the one to topple "The Bloomberg."
Tough times for Brazil
The central bank printed $4.5 trillion and all we got was a lousy 0.2 percent wage increase.
Investors hungry for clues about when the Federal Reserve is going to raise rates are looking for, well, anything.