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The price of oil will normalize around $60 as China's economy cools down to digest overinvestment, economist Andy Xie said.
Congressional Democrats objected to some provisions tucked into a $1.1 trillion spending bill, keeping the risk of a shutdown alive.
The Financial Industry Regulatory Authority said Thursday that it fined 10 banks over conflicts from the 2010 planned IPO of Toys"R"Us.
He said the decline is "like a tax cut to the economy" and praised U.S. oil production as a "great success story."
New York regulator investigating whether Barclays and Deutsche Bank used algorithms to fix foreign exchange, the Financial Times reports.
In preparation for its split from PayPal, eBay may be planning to slash thousands of jobs.
Shares of Office Depot surged on Thursday, after Starboard Value took a stake in the company. But options traders knew something good was coming.
Goldman Sachs had the worst negative return out of the major investment banks when high yield bonds cracked. Will history repeat itself?
Harvard's Benjamin Edelman, who apologized for an email blitz over a $4 overcharge, had a previous fight with another eatery, Boston.com reports.
California will see heavy rains and winds while the Northeast grapples with more than 20 inches of snow, reports NBC News.
The National Retail Federation said it still expects sales to grow 4.1% this holiday season, following on Thursday's strong retail sales data.
Snap elections are the best way to ensure stability in Greece, a senior policymaker told CNBC, despite stocks falling nearly 13% on news of the vote.
Millennial women are more educated, wealthy and independent than their elders, so advisors would be wise to roll out the red carpet.
One out of five credit reports contains medical debt in collections, according to Consumer Financial Protection Bureau report.
An appearance by venture capitalist Peter Thiel was cut short at UC Berkeley by demonstrators protesting police killings in Missouri and New York.
The number of Americans filing new claims for unemployment benefits fell last week, pointing to a strengthening labor market.
U.S. consumer spending advanced at a brisk clip in November as lower gasoline prices gave the holiday shopping season a boost.
It’s a popular yield play, but the tables have turned due to low oil prices."Mad Money" host Jim Cramer thinks it needs to be sold immediately.
The "Fast Money" traders give 8 ways to play plunging oil prices.
The price of the bitcoin nudged higher Thursday on the news that technology giant Microsoft had started to accept the digital currency as payment for products including apps and games.