Art Cashin of UBS Financial Services says that if oil falls back below $80 it could put pressure on stocks.
Interest rates will not only remain low, but could soon hit a ceiling in the near term, says Wall Street pro Scott Minerd.
Hey, young millionaires: Searching for yield in a volatile market? Here's former NFL star Jack Brewer's advice.
With some 84 million people in the U.S. struggling with obesity, investing in obesity stocks has become a Wall Street trend.
Despite Ebola and overseas unrest, all eyes will be on the Fed this week in an attempt to determine how actively it plans to backstop the recovery.
Companies have yet to cut oil output even with prices at a two-year low; however, that could change in 2015 if supply grows and demand slips.
Boosting the housing market could fuel the next credit bubble, warned Alan Schwartz, the former head of Bear Stearns.
Speculation is increasing that the Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries will reverse course and cut production at its Thanksgiving meeting.
Are Tesla shares about to follow Netflix and Amazon much lower?
Twitter reports Q3 earnings after the bell on Monday and investors are looking for guidance that new products will lead the social network to a profit.
Health care has been on a tear in 2014, and there is still room for upside. Wall Street analysts are focusing on the following four trends.
New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie mounted an impassioned defense of the decision to quarantine a healthcare worker who had contact with Ebola patients.
Discussing the shift from heating oil to natural gas and where the oil market may bottom out, with former Gulf Oil CEO Joe Petrowski, and Patrick DeHaan, GasBuddy.com senior petroleum analyst.
Aubrey McClendon is back in the hedge fund game, but this time he's taking a far more indirect approach with a pair of fellow Duke grads.
Ebola and ISIS are grabbing all the headlines but here are four things that worry me more, says Michael Yoshikami.
Mobile wallet Apple Pay has been available for only one week but may be inciting a battle in the payments industry. The NYT reports.
Goldman Sachs has slashed its 2015 oil price forecasts, making it the most bearish among major financial institutions, following a near 25 percent fall in prices.
The company announced a new line-up wearables and two of the devices include optical heart rate sensors, something new to Fitbits, Re/code reports.
Whether for financial gain or fun, baby boomers are embarking on second careers that can bring in both money and, often, fulfillment.
While Fundstrat's Thomas Lee and Deutsche Bank's David Bianco agree on the market's direction, they differed in CNBC interviews over falling oil prices.