Jim Cramer reminds investors of an important pattern intertwining black gold and the market.
One trader is tackling 2015 with investments that play off strong industry currents that won't be fazed by any headwinds.
One Houston furniture retailer is promising refunds to customers if U.S. crude ends the year above $85 a barrel
Missed out on rock-bottom chicken nugget prices? You're in luck...
Last year was a great one for many high-yielding stocks, and investment managers are hoping for something close to that in 2015.
CNBC.com asked private equity experts for key themes to watch in the new year.
The Twitter account for U.S. Central Command was apparently hacked on Monday, with pro-ISIS messages plastering the account's profile.
Wisconsin Republican Rep. Paul Ryan told NBC News in an interview Monday that he will not seek the presidency in 2016.
Across the country, new legislation is being introduced that could change the way Americans are taxed at the state and federal levels.
The debate over middle class incomes holds big consequences for Wall Street and Main Street. Here's how it will go down in DC.
About 15.8 percent of KB Home shares outstanding are on loan, making it the most shorted stock announcing earnings this week.
If profits are what really drive share prices, the next several quarters are heading into a tepid time.
Oil prices hit near six-year lows Monday but one strategist believes crude is at or near the bottom and will end the year much higher.
Warren Buffett's deal to acquire Duracell is good news for rival Energizer. There's also hidden value in Energizer's Schick business.
More and more Americans are "covered," but fewer and fewer Americans will actually be able to get health care, says Jake Novak. Here's why.
Major investment banks and money center banks are not the best way to play Wall Street's success six years into a bull market, JMP Securities said.
The good times aren't over yet for the stock market, says floor trader Kenny Polcari. But buckle up—it could be a bumpy ride!
Older job seekers don't have it easy, facing hurdles—from pay cuts to ageism—that make finding and keeping work difficult.
CNBC's Jim Cramer says analysts need to cut their oil outlook in order for energy stocks to bottom.
It looked like a happy holiday for workers looking for retail jobs during the industry's busiest time, but reality didn't live up to the expectations.