Investing in low-cost ETFs is getting cheaper as the ETF price wars heat up.
Richard Ketchum, Chairman and CEO of Financial Industry Regulation Authority (FINRA), speaks with CNBC's Bob Pisani about the regulatory environment in markets.
If calamity breaks out in the corporate bond market, it's largely mom and pop investors who may end up calling the shots.
If interest rates rise too quickly, spooked mutual fund investors could set off a liquidity trap in the corporate bond market.
Genesis Trading, which claims to be the first broker-dealer specializing in digital currencies, launched Thursday.
The SEC voted Wednesday to issue a proposal requiring proprietary high speed trading firms to register with regulators.
Financial education programs abound for current and former military service members. How well they work is another story.
FINRA charged Wedbush Securities with having shoddy risk controls, a flaw that allowed traders to flood U.S. markets and execute manipulative trades.
High-frequency trading firms should be required to register with U.S. securities regulators, the head of Wall Street's self-funded regulator said.
Is your financial advisor being honest? Sharon Epperson and Suze Orman point out the red flags to look out for and what to do if you think you're being scammed.
All generations of pre-retirees are facing some level of savings shortfall, but there are steps anyone can take to help build their 401(k).
A study showed that the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority "routinely deletes" problematic information on brokers, The Wall Street Journal said.
Wall Street's Financial Industry Regulatory Authority is examining efforts to protect businesses and customers from cybersecurity threats.
Michael Flynn was sent a sealed proposal detailing a way to lift sanctions against Russia just a week before he resigned; New York Times report.
Samsung Group's boss, Jay Y. Lee, was questioned over the weekend after being arrested for his alleged role in a corruption scandal. CNBC's Chery Kang reports.
A New Zealand judge on Monday upheld an earlier court ruling that Kim Dotcom and three of his colleagues can be extradited to the U.S. to face criminal charges.