Global slowdown taking toll on U.S. companies.
CNBC's Simon Hobbs reports on all the market moving events in Europe today, including possible bank mergers.
Commodity companies like Freeport McMoran may have great assets, but they also have huge amounts of debt.
As crude prices spiral down further, investors are eyeing one specific market that traders say may have enormous consequences for global markets.
Valentin Marinov, head of G10 FX research at Credit Agricole, explains why markets don’t need hard data to buy the Japanese yen when risk aversion soars.
The dollar rose for a third straight session as gains on Wall Street and calmer financial markets enhanced risk appetite.
CNBC's Eunice Yoon investigates how the yuan's falling value is leading people in China to exchange for dollar currencies.
Returns ahead will likely be less robust, but the selloff has made Europe's stocks more attractive, Allianz GI's CIO for global equities said.
A look at David Bowie's lasting legacy as both a musical and financial innovator.
Short term, there are two things that are moving the markets: 1) oil, and 2) fears of a currency war.
The low-yielding euro fell for a second session, as steadier global stock markets prompted investors to seek other currencies.
S&P 500 earnings are poised for another quarter of negative growth, but the big positive will be the strong U.S. consumer.
CNBC's Wilfred Frost reports on China's efforts to support the yuan, a rough start for Chinese stocks as European markets begin the week higher.
Moves in the yuan have already rocked global financial markets but what is the outlook for rest of the year?
Societe Generale is advising adding emerging market assets after a horrid 2015, with a somewhat unlikely name at the top of its wish list: Russia.
China's market turmoil hasn't just rocked financial markets this week; it's also shaken confidence in policymakers' ability to stem the volatility.
China's change in yuan policy signals that it won't tolerate competitive currency devaluations from its trading partners anymore, explains Christoffer Moltke-Leth, director of global sales trading at Saxo Capital Markets.
Adrian Zuercher, executive director and head of asset allocation for Asia at UBS, says investors are uncertain about Beijing's market policies and the overall health of the economy.
The greenback will continue to appreciate this week but at a less aggressive pace, says David Greene, head of dealing at AFEX Australia.
An investor who predicted the dollar's bull market warns that something 'massive' is happening in the economy, and few people see it.