WASHINGTON— Americans turned more optimistic about the economy in May than the previous month, buoyed by steady hiring and higher incomes. The University of Michigan said Friday that its index of consumer sentiment rose to 94.7 in May, the highest in nearly a year. Richard Curtin, chief economist for the survey, said the sentiment index has been higher than last... » Read More
Jonathan Krinsky of MKM Partners shows how the S&P 500 has gone more than ten months without a 52-week high, the longest stretch since 2009.
Consumers were feeling more optimistic in March, according to a survey released Tuesday.
After March 16's dovish statement, several Fed officials surprised markets by saying a rate hike could be coming soon.
Dennis Gartman of The Gartman Letter discusses the factors weighing on crude oil.
Chris Verrone of Strategas Research Partners discusses his technical take on where stocks are going next.
Zev Spiro, Orips Research CEO and Chief Market Technician, explains why he believes gold prices are heading to $1,450.
Stocks in the tourism sector fell as a result of the terror attacks in Brussels, but the decline will only be short term, say experts.
The Urban Chinese Financial Sentiment index tracks Chinese household finances, which better reflect spending behavior, says RFI Group's Charles Green.
Consumers were feeling less optimistic than expected in March as drivers eye gas prices, an early survey indicates.
A veteran money manager argues energy could provide the biggest upside to investors in years.
Dennis Gartman, author of "The Gartman Letter" discusses where gold is going next with Jackie DeAngelis
BMO Private Bank Chief Investment Officer Jack Ablin says he sees troubling signs in the stock market and urges caution.
Technician Louise Yamada discusses important technical levels for the S&P 500.
Tony Dwyer of Canaccord Genuity says the market rally has more room to run, but recession risks are growing.
Ralph Acampora of Altaira Capital Partners discusses the next move for crude oil and gold.
Ralph Acampora of Altaira Capital Partners discusses why he sees the S&P 500 rally continuing.
"Lamborghini was not always about super sports cars," says President and CEO, Stephan Winkelmann when commenting on the new models it's bringing out.
Consumers were feeling slightly more optimistic than expected in February, according to a recent survey.
CNBC's Rick Santelli looks at final February University of Michigan consumer sentiment and January income and spending data.
Former U.S. Congressman Ron Paul discusses the Fed and where he sees markets going next.