Mazda and Subaru have long been known as the "Steady Eddys" in the U.S. market, but they're starting to get the attention they deserve.
Though he hopes the market falls even further, Faber predicts a 20 percent to 30 percent correction soon.
U.S. stocks have clawed back some gains this week, but one analyst said the respite will be short-lived and sees a 20 percent correction this year.
As economic growth slows in emerging markets, there are fears that capital outflows could be the first signs of a credit crunch.
Merck reported lower sales, just below Wall Street estimates, hurt by competition from cheaper generic medicines.
ADP's private sector jobs report and data on services sector activity could set the direction for stocks Wednesday.
Time Warne reported a better-than-expected 5 percent rise in revenue, helped by growth in its movie studio business and Home Box Office.
Human history is littered with pandemics that have killed millions. What though, are the financial costs of outbreaks such as SARS?
Italy has claimed Standard & Poor acted illegally when downgrading the country, partly by failing to consider its rich cultural history. The FT reports.
Fourteen hotels in eight states are awaiting the results of an investigation into a nine-month security breach of customer information
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U.S. Treasurys have benefited from the recent turmoil in global equity markets. Does that make bonds a buy at current levels? No, says one analyst.
Asian markets staged a rebound on Wednesday following a brutal selloff a day earlier, however, analysts warn the bounce could be short-lived.
Unusually severe winter weather is expected to dent economic growth and perhaps cause more rough sledding for stocks.
U.S. carmaker Tesla is taking a bold step to win over Chinese clients by curbing the markup to just half of what its rivals can command.
Art Cashin of UBS Financial Services explains what the stock market will need to see if it's going to get more than a modest bounce.
Natural gas futures jumped more than 8 percent Tuesday, driven well above the key $5 per million BTUs level on supply concerns and short-covering.
Standard & Poor's cut its credit rating on Puerto Rico, dropping the U.S. territory's debt to junk-bond status.
Detroit's bankruptcy is rapidly shaping up as a battle of Wall Street vs. Main Street, at least as far as the city's creditors are concerned.
Longtime stock market bull Tom Lee of JPMorgan has kept his optimistic outlook intact after Monday's brutal selloff.