NEW YORK, Sept 18- Investors in U.S.-based funds added a net $6.7 billion into stock funds in the week ended Sept. 17, data from Thomson Reuters' Lipper service showed on Thursday. Stock mutual funds attracted $646 million of that money, with stock exchange-traded funds drawing in $6.1 billion.» Read More
The top U.S. derivatives regulator won a legal victory over Bloomberg LP late on Friday when a court dismissed a case the data vendor had filed that claimed a new rule on trading swaps would hurt its business.
The days of turning bad news into good news could be winding down if pressure grows on the Fed to begin unwinding its monetary easing policies while the economy weakens.
Higher interest rates are likely to keep Wall Street on edge, while Japanese markets are likely to keep the whole world on edge.
A battle between French luxury-handbag makers went public with regulators seeking the maximum fine for the Louis Vuitton owner for failing to disclose moves to build a stake in Hermes.
Investors have a hard enough time reading 10-Ks and keeping up with corporate earnings. Now they're going to have to monitor Facebook and Twitter, too.
Terry Moore, Fixed Income Portfolio Specialist at T Rowe Price and Will Oswald of Standard Chartered discuss reasons to invest in US Treasuries.
There's a lot on the agenda as Detroit's emergency financial manager tries to meet a deadline to decide whether the city and escape a bankruptcy filing.
High fees plus poor performance: The formula is pretty easy to determine what makes a bad mutual fund. Some, though, are worse than others.
Stephen Cohen, SEC associate director; and Emile Werr, NYSE, discuss the tools used to ensure fairness of the markets and nab insider traders.
Fidelity Investments received permission from U.S. regulators to open its own actively managed exchange-traded funds.
The strong rally this year is being met with a heightened level of supply, setting up a big bet that retail investors will keep buying what Wall Street is selling.
House Subcommittee holds roundtable on stock market structure, reports CNBC's Bob Pisani.
Bond investors can rest easy as there are few signs of debt markets overheating, according to a report by Moody's Investors Service.
Exchanges and broker dealers are developing a plan to prevent the next Knight Trading catastrophe.
Investors plowed through another benchmark, taking out 15,000 on the Dow in a move that could set up for a short-term market lull.
Videogames and apps like the "Great Piggy Bank Adventure" promise to teach financial literacy. But some experts say schools may do a better job in spreading the knowledge.
It may be an old cliche but the term "sell in May and go away, buy again on Leger's day", looks increasingly like competent equity advice, according one analyst.
Investor enthusiasm took a break last week, indicating that some apprehension remains about the stock market.
If Tuesday's brief market plunge from the bogus Associated Press tweet sent your pulse racing, it might be time to find a good sedative.
Italy has raised its debt issuance target for this year by nearly 10 percent and is hoping to tap demand from Asian investors to meet the goal, its head of debt management told Reuters on Tuesday.