It may not feel like it, but according to one widely used metric, stocks are actually more expensive than they've been since 2005.» Read More
The Postal Service said more than 800,000—all those that receive their pay from the postal service and some retirees—could potentially be affected.
President Vladimir Putin said there were no "fundamental economic reasons" for the ruble's recent slide, but analysts beg to differ.
Investors sell at the worst time and wait too long to get back into stocks. The 'market top' and 'going to cash' calls aren't a strategy.
It’s not the Fed or any earnings report that’s caught "Mad Money" host Jim Cramer’s eye.
As geopolitical and economic crises threaten to roil markets, now might be the time to devise a plan to handle any potential market selloff.
Punishment for the sin of being late on a credit card payment is getting slightly less onerous, according to a new report.
From Bosnia to Nigeria to the Islamic State, unemployed youth are more easily drawn into patterns of conflict, The GlobalPost reports.
Congress talks about immigration reform, but it's not clear that anybody even knows what it means, the Fiscal Times reports.
President Obama says the American economy is primed for "steadier, more sustained growth."
Fundamentals, technicals—everything points to the bulls being back in charge of this market, says Ron Insana.
Year-end payouts could drop as much as 10% for the trading desks and hedge funds that not long ago were the centers of gravity on Wall Street.
Mayor Bill de Blasio's administration is now publicly embracing the notion that small-scale possession merits less severe treatment. The NYT reports.
Now it's up to the stock market to prove it really is in a sweet spot as traders look to retail earnings for clues on the holiday shopping season.
This is a link to a Bankrate.com story.
After one scary week, volatility in the stock market has plunged. But the currency and commodity markets have been hot, hot, hot.
Wal-Mart doesn't expect its growth in China will be hampered by rivals' push into the mainland market via e-commerce.
Global growth is unlikely to rebound in the next two years, Moody's said, as a slowdown in China and a troubled euro zone weigh on activity.
A stronger dollar is a headwind for many U.S. exporters, but the CEO of Caterpillar told CNBC that greenback strength has given his company a boost.
China's key inflation gauge stabilized in October but remained at a five-year low, fresh data showed on Monday, adding to evidence the world's second largest economy is cooling.
Once heralded as the voice for emerging markets, the BRICS group is plagued by economic and political weaknesses. Tell us which you're bearish on.