Many people insure belongings but neglect to protect against a loss of their greatest asset—income—with disability insurance coverage.
Russia's Finance Ministry says it was starting to sell its leftover foreign-currency stock and that it considered the ruble to be undervalued.
With Russia's emergency rate hike failing to arrest the ruble's meltdown, authorities may soon be forced to roll out capital controls, say analysts.
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There is a sense of panic in Russia, a former U.S. ambassador to Russia told CNBC Tuesday. Here's what he thinks President Putin might do.
The secretary of state says sanctions could be lifted in days if Putin lives up to commitments under ceasefire accords to end the Ukraine conflict.
The ruble's volatility suggests that many traders and investors have been caught off guard by events in Russia.a.
Traders are watching to see if the Fed will lift the market's spirits, as investors fret over a new set of worries—including Russia.
It’s been a wild ride, but Jim Cramer thinks that things could still look bright for this energy-related stock.
The "Fast Money" traders give 7 ways to play the Russian contagion.
The number of Americans who say the country is on the right track ticked up, but the dominant mood country remains negative, a new NBC/WSJ poll shows.
Sony, the F.B.I., theater owners and competing film studios scrambled to deal with terrorism threat over showing "The Interview". The New York Times reports.
The rapid fall of the ruble and stocks means even more pain for investment managers who have been trying to play Russia.
Amazon's CEO rarely speaks publicly if it doesn’t involve the launch of a product. It’s even more rare to sit down for public one-on-one interview.
It's clear the US is not prepared for the extent of damage that Vladimir Putin can unleash, says Jake Novak.
The U.S. confirmed steep import duties on solar products from China and Taiwan on Tuesday which could inflame trade tensions between the countries.
President Barack Obama on Tuesday signed a $1.1 trillion spending bill passed by Congress last week that lifted the threat of a shutdown.
General Mills reported a 37 percent fall in profit, hurt by weak demand in the United States and slowing growth in Europe and Canada.
The year ahead looks bleak for the global defense industry as governments in major markets cut back on spending, new analysis shows.
The combination of sanctions, the falling ruble and continuous slide in oil prices is chopping billions from the fortunes of Russia's richest men. Who's taking the biggest hit?