In what has been an otherwise dismal first-quarter earnings season, Wall Street is hanging onto one hope — that the worst may be over. » Read More
"We have to work not just on prevention, but on response and recovery," a CEO said.
Whether the Fed raises rates or not, markets may move more on its words than actions.
If global concerns make the Federal Reserve wait to raise rates, it risks contributing to long-term turmoil, one economist said.
Chris Albrecht did not confirm or deny acquisition rumors but said the company doesn’t need a deal to better position itself.
There's one very good reason the Federal Reserve won't vote to raise interest rates: History.
The package-delivery giant posted earnings per share of $2.42, missing estimates.
Trader Jack Bouroudjian says it's time for the Fed to launch rates—but he makes the case for a "one and done" approach.
Lloyd Blankfein says Trump's rise could mean a shift in voter sentiment, according to Dow Jones.
Recent economic reports do not give enough reason for the Federal Reserve to increase interest rates, according to Goldman CEO Lloyd Blankfein.
Tuesday's rally could likely be attributed to traders front-running a well-known Wall Street phenomenon: the "Pre-FOMC Announcement Drift.”
Morgan Creek's Mark Yusko says the Fed should raise interest rates to 3 percent in one fell swoop.
Some of the names on the move ahead of the open.
The bull market will stumble, bond yields will climb and the economy will slip into a recession. This we know.
Has Janet Yellen abdicated leadership or is she exercising a new form of it? What's clear is that the silence is calculated.
Shoppers and investors could be hit with higher inflation sooner than they are bargaining for, economists warn.
Former Federal Reserve governor Robert Heller says he "fervently hopes" the U.S. central bank will hit the "lift-off" button this week.
One former policymaker-turned-bank chairman told CNBC that the U.S's recent positive economic data showed a rate hike was due.
The stock market selloff was seen as one reason for the Fed to hold off on a rate hike, but the market is rallying back.
Microsoft Corp. last September increased its dividend to 31 cents from 28 cents.
Those fears have not gone away. Yet the VIX has been dropping. What does this mean?