Guess what? While you were waiting for the Fed to hike rates, monetary policy was already getting tighter, says Ron Insana. Here's why.
Companies that have loaded up on debt have been the market darlings for the past two years, but it's a trade that is getting old.
Ken Griffin may be making news for a nasty divorce, but his hedge fund firm has quietly been sucking up assets.
Could Globalstar be the next Herbalife-like hedge fund battleground stock?
Stocks could push higher if only the S&P 500 index could break through these key technical levels, says veteran trader Art Cashin.
Monday's Good, Bad and Ugly includes Hewlett-Packard's split, the CDC director on Ebola in the U.S., and stocks coming full circle.
Traders are also watching Brazil after its election surprise.
Banker compensation may get more complicated and have fewer zeroes if the International Monetary Fund has a say.
Stocks surge on Goldilocks scenario. Markets benefiting from an economy that's not too hot, not too cold.
Friday's jobs report was good. But was it really that good? Questions remain over whether the headline rate is still a useful gauge of jobs market health.
If you think you've missed the chance to catch the U.S. dollar's surge, most strategists say there's still an opportunity to jump in.
September jobs growth is expected to be back on track after a dip in August, with 215,000 nonfarm payrolls created in a broad range of industries.
Check out which companies are making headlines after the bell Thursday: Krispy Kreme, Wave Systems & more.
JPMorgan Chase says a breach reported this summer impacted about 76 million households and 7 million small businesses.
As Wall Street extended its worst start to October in three years, veteran trader Art Cashin told CNBC the selling may be overdone.
Dark pools continued to gain equity trading at the expense of public exchanges in Europe last month, Thomson Reuters data showed.
The jobs report had some healthy numbers, but is it enough to convince the Federal Reserve to hike rates sooner rather than later?
Former Fed Chairman Alan Greenspan tells CNBC he's concerned about how longer-term rates would react to short-term tightening.
New plans to clean up China's long-feared local government debt will bring near-term pain, but a longer-term fix may be in sight, analysts say.
The Fed's third round of bond buying had a better-than-expected impact on the jobs market, the Fed official said, urging the central bank to move faster on hiking rates.
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