The shadow of a general election and a possible exit from the European Union are already making investors nervous about the UK in 2015.
Iranian President Hassan Rouhani has tabled the possibility of a referendum on the country's controversial nuclear negotiations.
The start of a new year has Wall Street treading carefully, with investors looking for further gains in the U.S. labor market.
Iran's president called for an end to state involvement in the economy and an end to the country's isolation.
Conventional wisdom teaches to invest in bonds for retirement. Jim Cramer is flipping the script and disagrees. Here's why.
The long-suffering European monetary union will be jolted this month by two events likely to set off a chain of unsettling political and economic crises.
Financial resolutions are no easy feat, but they are manageable. Here are four to keep in mind in 2015 and beyond.
For financially stressed Gen Xers, advisor Tim Maurer offers four maxims to help 30- and 40-somethings find security and happiness.
Millions of workers just got a pay raise, but there's a gulf between those who think wage policies will help or hurt the economy.
U.K. Prime Minister David Cameron wants to bring forward a planned referendum on Britain's membership of the European Union from late 2017.
North Korea on Sunday slammed fresh U.S. sanctions against it, calling them hostile and repressive policies by Washington.
More projects in the Empire State are incorporating solar technology into urban designs.
Jim Cramer reveals how to build a sustainable portfolio for retirement, starting with this 401(k) no-no.
Germany believes that the euro zone can cope with a Greece exit if that proved to be necessary, according to a report.
Elvis Presley's personal jets will go under the hammer in a sealed-bid auction for a piece of mile-high rock and roll memorabilia.
Oil, the new Congress and other factors are shaping up to create a new U.S. renaissance, Larry Kudlow says.
Flying to Moscow can be cheaper than Miami these days—and you won't even need to visit in the winter.
One newsman's plea to Corporate America to please, for the love of news, pick one name and stick to it!
It may be a new year but Wall Street still has a really big problem, says Thomas Robinson of the CFA Institute.