Dennis Gartman of the Gartman Letter discusses how the Bank of Russia's raising of interest rates to 17 percent will impact the ruble, gold and oil.
"The attention is not what we expected—we never wanted the hype," Mo Islam said.
Employers report mixed results using the month-old Obamacare marketplace for small businesses called SHOP. Some ask: What's the incentive to enroll?
The "Fast Money" traders give 4 ways to play fizzling IPOs.
U.S. oil prices rallied at midday on Tuesday, reversing earlier losses on a mix of profit-taking and positioning ahead of WTI options expiry.
A typically jolly time for the U.S. stock market has been anything but this December, with equities unlikely to rise until oil stabilizes.
At least 130 people, most of them children, were killed on Tuesday when Taliban gunmen stormed a school in the Pakistani city of Peshawar.
Only then will "Mad Money" host Jim Cramer expect the recent ridiculous action to subside.
A new rule caps a 17-year effort to help consumers save money on closing costs.
Bill Gross said in an exclusive interview with CNBC on Monday that economic growth will likely fall to 2 percent.
The Russian central bank raised the rate by 100 basis points to 10 percent last week in an effort to stem a run on its currency.
Internet giant Google has revealed the biggest news stories and trends that have captured the public's imagination in the past year.
There's too much chaos in the world and stocks are too expensive to be long right now, Elevation Partners co-founder Roger McNamee said.
Toys R Us and Kohl's are keeping their stores open into the wee hours as the countdown to Christmas winds down.
Instead of avoiding a government shutdown, Congress should put wasteful programs on the chopping block, says former Rep. Ron Paul.
Executives at Sony's Hollywood movie studio sought to reassure employees that the studio would recover from a massive cyber attack.
Jim Cramer wonders... if things are really so bad, then why are so many things going right? He uncovers who is really behind this market decline.
Wal-Mart mistakenly lists Jeremy Lin plush-doll as Carmelo Anthony and also misspells Anthony's name.
A new method uses quantum physics to make ID cards, passports or any other document impossible to forge, researchers say.
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