If investors know where to look they may find some opportunity in the oil-drilling sector, analyst Ken Sill said.
After another lackluster session for U.S. equities, Dennis Gartman said it was time to start chasing bargains – but not where you might think.
Strategists say the next move for gold is probably lower, unless there's a sharp about-face in the dollar.
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Just how quickly the euro falls to parity against the dollar may rest on one person: the head of the U.S. Federal Reserve.
Singapore's Changi Airport retained its title as the World's Best Airport for the third straight year, according to the 2015 World Airport Awards.
The U.S. operations of Germany’s and Spain’s largest banks had their knuckles rapped by the U.S. Federal Reserve late Wednesday.
Two police officers were shot during a protest outside the Ferguson, Missouri police headquarters early on Thursday, police said.
Chicago trader Jeff Kilburg shows investors how to profit from a pullback in stocks.
U.S. ride-sharing app Lyft has been valued at $2.5 billion as it looks to take on Uber.
The greenback could be in focus, as traders watch February's retail sales and weekly jobless claims.
The Fed objected to capital plans from U.S. units of Deutsche Bank and Santander in the second part of its stress test.
NATO is more relevant now than it has been since the end of the Cold War with threats from both Russia and ISIS, but funding is an issue.
KFC may face pressure to change how its poultry are raised after McDonald's said it would switch to chicken raised without human antibiotics.
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As the euro continues to flirt with 12-year lows against the dollar, when do you think it will reach parity with the U.S. dollar?
The IMF may have thrown Ukraine a lifeline, but the country needs restructure its mountain of hard currency debt before the economy stabilizes.
China's craze for bitcoins has been well-documented over the past year, but a new report highlights just how dominant of a player the country is.
United Technologies plans to dispose of its business that builds the Black Hawk military helicopter. The FT reports.